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For detailed discussion of this symbolism, see Susan Niditch, ‘Eroticism and Death in the Tale of Jael’, in Gender and Difference in Ancient Israel (ed. Peggy L. Day; Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1989), pp. 43-57; Bal, Murder and Difference, pp. 100-134; Robert Alter, The Art of Biblical Poetry (New York: Basic Books, 1985), pp. 43-49; Fewell and Gunn, ‘Controlling Perspectives’, pp. 392-94. Some go so far as to suggest that Jael and Sisera had sexual intercourse (Pamela Tamarkin Reis, ‘Uncovering Jael and Sisera: A New Reading’, SJOT 19 , pp.
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Do the ﬁne clothes worn by Jael—the elegant billowy white dress, with full sleeves and décolleté, the ﬂowery sash around her waist and the elaborate headdress—convey to the viewer something about her? Does her ornate attire defy the connection between the woman and the bloody deed? She wears white, which typically symbolizes purity. Is she, as God’s instrument, above moral reproach, a femme forte ‘most blessed of women’? Or is this part of the femme fatale’s guile? Is she not what she seems, which is precisely what the unsuspecting Sisera discovers about her?