ROBERT PATTERSON first developed an interest in Near East history in 1978 when he participated in the BYU Study Abroad program in Jerusalem. After serving a two-year mission in France, he returned to Israel and spent six months on a kibbutz, studying modern Hebrew. He holds a Masters degree from the University of Utah in medical informatics. His diverse publications include articles on Esperanto, chocolate addiction, and an analysis of medical care provided to the family of Homer J. Simpson. Currently he works as a general surgeon in Roosevelt, Utah.
Hebraicisms, Chiasmus and Other Internal Evidence for Ancient Authorship in Green Eggs and Ham
Articles/Essays – Volume 33, No. 4
Dialogue 33.4 (Winter 2001):127–173
Upon an initial and cursory reading, the book appears to be a simple morality play. A zealous purveyor of an unusual gustatory selection hawks his wares to an Everyman, whose initial biases preclude his acceptance of the unfamiliar.