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The Johnson allusion-book

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Yale university press, [etc., etc.] , New Haven
Jonson, Ben, 1573?-1637 -- Allus
ContributionsAdams, Joseph Quincy, 1881-1946, joint ed.
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LC ClassificationsPR2635 .B7
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The Gospel of John, though, doesn't seem to care much about all that. The messiah was born in Galilee and the people will just have to deal with it. Jesus is also usually in terrible danger whenever he's in Judea—especially Jerusalem. Though the religious authorities don't really like him in Galilee, it's the guys in Judea who are really.

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Allusions form an intriguing part of our conversations, where we aren't aware of the things we say as part of its context. The Bible in particular, holds a lot of phrases and names that we use today, to imply certain things as part of everyday talk.

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