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The most obvious structural feature of the psalter is its division into five books, book 1 (psalms 1–41), book 2 (42–72), book 3 (73–89), book 4 (90–106), and. Torah has a range of meanings it can most specifically mean the first five books ( pentateuch) the pentateuch: an introduction to the first five books of the bible anchor bible reference library new york: doubleday isbn 0-385-41207 -x. What are the first five books of the bible together called who wrote them there is no introduction to the pentateuch that tells us this directly however, the .