The book of Deuteronomy is comprised of three speeches of Moses that cover these laws (chapters 1 to 4), regulations (chapters 4 to 28), and expectations (chapters 29 to 30).
The book ends with a change in leadership from Moses to Joshua.
The authorship of Deuteronomy is attributed to Moses, since he was the orator of the three messages (or sermons) contained in the book.
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