By Paul Danove
This examine develops a style for reading the semantic and narrative rhetoric of repetition and the narrative rhetoric and serve as of characterization and applies this system in reviews of the characterization of God, Jesus, and Jesus’ disciples within the Gospel of Mark. The reviews of characterization distinguish ideals which are assumed for the viewers from ideals that the narration cultivates for the viewers, identifies the rhetorical relationships and association of cultivated ideals, and clarifies the contribution of every character’s portrayal to the final narrative improvement of Mark. The examine then considers the contribution of the characterization of the ladies on the tomb to the portrayal of Jesus’ disciples and narrative advancements. A concluding inquiry investigates the prospective functions of the reports of characterization for deciding upon the rhetorical exigency of the narration and for formulating statements of Mark’s proposed theology.
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The authorial audience's self-identification as a believer is indicated by the straightforward opening assertions that God has a Son, Jesus, and that God prepares for Jesus' coming by sending a messenger (l:l-3). 1 7 The evocation of semantic and narrative frames associated with God in the opening verses asserts a reliability for the content of the entire narration that is completely dependent on the authorial audience's preexisting beliefs about and relationship with God and Jesus. Without these, the assertion of reliable narration is either meaningless (in the case of no preexistent beliefs about God and Jesus) or undermined (in the case of hostile preexistent beliefs about them).
24 The Rhetoric of Characterization developments, continue with great frequency, and be distributed throughout the entire narration. Although neutral repetition must predominate, the sequence, frequency, and distribution of sophisticating and deconstructive repetition may vary within the narration as a whole or with respect to the cultivation of content for specific narrative frames. Thus, a given segment of the narration may evince sophisticating repetition concerning one character and deconstructive repetition concerning another.
Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1992), 2:839-55; and Bas van Iersel, "The Reader of Mark as Operator of a System of Connotations," Semeia 48 (1989): 83-114, here 83. Their significance for the interpretive process receives respective attention in Booth, Rhetoric of Fiction, 157, 177, and in Eco, Role of the Reader, 7-8. 37. Distinguishing the authorial and narrative audiences according to the content of semantic and narrative frames evoked and cultivated by the narration permits descriptions of both audiences that are derived solely from the perspective of the narration and so do not require recourse to particular historical presuppositions or appeals to authorial intent.