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For all of these reasons, Psalms 9 and 10 should be read as a single psalm. It is possible that Psalm 9 and 10 were once separate prayers, however. The opponents in Psalm 9 are plural and there is a sustained focus on the nations as a problem, whereas in Psalm 10 the opponent is singular and the one reference to the nations in v. 16 is of a completely different tone than the multiple references to the nations in Psalm 9. The 2. 'They Whet Their Tongues like Swords' 29 most common features of these quotations occur.

Finally, the rhetorical device of the enemies being quoted in direct discourse occurs four times in Psalm 10 and never in Psalm 9. 6. Although MT reads , the reading here follows Syriac, Targum, and multiple Hebrew manuscripts, which assume . The verb 'to snort' is supplied to make the prideful image of , literally 'his nose', more palpable. 7. The subject of the verb 'to seek' I might be understood as either of the two masculine singular nouns in the verse: the wicked, or God. ' 8. ' 30 Many are Saying out his wickedness, until you find none'9 (v.

42 These actions cannot be divorced from each other and the lines between them are often blurry, but it is heuristically helpful to distinguish between the three actions. The important point for the purpose of understanding the function of direct discourse in the Psalter is to understand that speech acts can do more than describe—they can perform actions—and these actions can be understood as contractual or declarative, and consist of locutionary, illocutionary, and perlocutionary actions. When considering the function of direct discourse in the Psalter, it will be helpful to note that the original speech in any given psalm may consist of a speech act (contractual or declarative, with locutionary, illocutionary, and perlocutionary actions) and also that the act of recontextualizing the quotation in a new frame may consist of a separate speech act (contractual or declarative, with locutionary, illocutionary, and perlocutionary actions).

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