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Part I. Introduction Part II. The Hypnosis of Hugo Gressmann 1. Introduction 2. Modern Parable Studies 3. The American Shift 4. Re-Casting the Comparative Net 5. Conclusion Part III. Mimesis Criticism and Early Christian Narrative 6. Introduction 7. The Literary Context of the Gospel of Luke 8. Greco-Roman Education and the Shadow of the Bard 9. Literary Mimesis and Ancient Composition 10. Mimesis Criticism and Early Christian Narrative 11. Conclusion Part IV. The Tours of Hell Tradition 12. Introduction 13. The Homeric Tour of Hell 14. Post-Homeric Tours of Hell 15. Conclusion Part V. The Biblical Tour of Hell 16. Introduction 17. The Literary Context of the Rich Man and Lazarus 18. Luke 16:19-31 and Odyssey 11.1-640 19. Conclusion Part VI. Conclusion
Matthew Ryan Hauge is Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies, Azusa Pacific University, CA, USA.