exilic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to a period of exile (especially the exile of the Jews known as the Babylonian Captivity)
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How To Use exilic In A Sentence

  • Ruth, another book that is commonly, though less confidently, dated post-exilic, also features fresh international bonding. One World, Under God
  • The narrative development of Carlos Garcia's character illuminates one aspect of the exilic existence, allowing the author to impart that the consequences of living in political terror are far reaching.
  • With virtually no international audience that speaks their language outside their home territories, they find no outlet for exilic work.
  • And the Priestly source, likewise, contains many, many older tradition but reached its full and final form in the exilic or post-exilic period.
  • Thus the exilic community members, when they returned to the land, were not reclaiming land rights based on their possession of the land in the past, but were allowed to live there by imperial permission.
  • Personified Wisdom carries different meanings according to each sapiential thread - even though the expressions are similar and written within a relatively short time in the post-exilic period.
  • These two principles were developed by the exilic community in Babylon, and carried by the returnees to the homeland in Palestine.
  • These writers, increasingly referred to as the third generation of Francophone writers, have thematized identity and otherness as conditioned by their location in the diasporic and/or exilic space.
  • Ultimately, the variety of ethical responses to the exiles’ changing circumstances functions as a survival strategy for the endangered exilic community.
  • The story resonates with the crucial problematics of the exilic experience: the distinction between home and exile, as well as between danger and safety, becomes complicated and problematized.
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