Deuteronomy discusses Moses' death, and I've heard several versions of its authorship: that Moses wrote it (and knew about his death, it was predetermined), or that Joshua wrote it (or part of it). I'm tempted to believe that Moses did write it, and that he knew about his death. I'd like some more info about this though, particularly:
What does the Zohar say about Deuteronomy? Zohar reflects and interprets the Torah, so surely there must be something there about it.
King Josiah found a Torah part (in the Temple, I think?). It contained laws that the Israelites had not practiced for a long time (obviously, since it was lost until Josiah found it...) What was this newly found Torah portion? I've heard that some believe it to have been Deuteronomy, is that so? But I've also heard that the Israelites found Deuteronomy writings shortly after Moses' death.
Any thoughts? Links & references are greatly appreciated.