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Excerpt from Lauda Sion: Or the Liturgical Hymns of the Church
Because Hebrew poetry thus remained always near its sources, therefore it did not develop the more elaborate poetical genera, such as the drama and the epos - although we have the be ginnings Of both - Clinging rather to song po etry and to proverbs. Instead Of the epic poem we have the tale told in prose interspersed with songs. Instead Of the drama we have merely a combination Of lyric and didactic verses. Even the prophets began to prophesy in song. Later they developed a sort of recitative rhythm, and some fell into prose; but the recitative rhythm, and even the prose, were always varied with lyr ical outbursts.
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