Tut: pastoral and agricultural pursuits ota#39; the Hebrew nation, gave character to their literature in a striking manner. Many of their words are thus derived; most of their figures of speech; and so intimate is the connection that the very structure of the language seems to be afia#39;ected by it. ... when in narrative or in song, the story of his fathera#39;s deeds, and the home of his youth were brought before his mind.
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