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Complex Literary Styles in the Book of Mormon
|Title||Complex Literary Styles in the Book of Mormon|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1942|
|Authors||E. McGavin, Cecil|
|Magazine||The Latter Day Saints' Millennial Star|
|Pagination||423, 426–427, 432|
|Date Published||2 July 1942|
|Keywords||Hebraisms; Literary Criticism; Literary Device; Metonyms; Textual Criticism|
This series deals with a wide variety of aspects of the Book of Mormon including Joseph Smith, Obadiah Dogberry, ancient fortifications, metal plates, Spaulding theory, clarifications of biblical doctrine, the abridging work of Mormon, record of the Jaredites, differences between the Bible and the Book of Mormon, witnesses of the Book of Mormon, history, literary qualities, Hebrew traits in the book, its relation to the Bible, and evidence of its antiquity. The ninth part discusses literary devices in the Book of Mormon.
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