Dr. Paola Mollo is an independent researcher in Biblical Languages and Old Testament Studies. She completed her Ph.D. in Oriental and Hebrew Studies at the University of Pisa, Italy.She teaches Classical Civilization and Culture at the eCampus University of Rome".
2015 1-4955-0399-2 “In this fascinating and scholarly work by Mollo, there is an intellectual weaving of two similar yet different plots, including characters, motifs and wordings and with two distinctive logical conclusions that arguably apply to each other. The aim which is achieved is to reconstruct the literary causes and goals (narrative logic) governing form and content in both accounts, in order to explain how this mirroring effect works to convey meaning to both stories.” -Dr. Glen Reynolds,
University of Sunderland, UK
2016 1-4955-0441-7 This pioneering study opens the way for new developments in the field of biblical history writing – e.g. the study of the formation process of this and others through patterns and literary tòpoi within biblical narrative. The contribution this book makes is the investigation of the DOR and the theme of generational change as narrative tools playing an important role in biblical history writing.