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Biblical Hebrew and discourse linguistics / edited by Robert D. Bergen. [print]

Contributor(s): Bergen, Robert DMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Dallas, Texas : Summer Institute of Linguistics ; (c)1994. ; Winona Lake, Indiana : Distributed by Eisenbrauns, (c)1994. Description: 560 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1556710070Subject(s): Bible. Old Testament -- Congresses | Hebrew language -- Discourse analysis -- Congresses | Direct discourse in the Bible -- Congresses | Narration in the Bible -- CongressesLOC classification: PJ4509.B535 1994Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Pt. 1. 1. Discourse linguistics and Biblical Hebrew grammar Christo H. J. von der Merwe. -- 2. Weqatal forms in Biblical Hebrew prose Robert E. Longacre. -- 3. Salience, implicature, ambiguity, and redundancy in clause-clause relationships in Biblical Hebrew Francis I. Andersen. -- 4. On the Hebrew verbal system Alviero Niccacci. -- 5. Methodological collision between source criticism and discourse analysis Randall Buth. -- 6. A discourse perspective on the significance of the masoretic accents Lars Lode. -- Pt. 2. 7. Analysis of Biblical narrative Alviero Niccacci. -- 8. Introducing direct discourse in Biblical Hebrew narative Cynthia L. Miller. -- 9. Genealogical prominence and the structure of Genesis T. David Andersen. -- 10. Some literary and grammatical aspects of genealogies in Genesis Nicholas Andrew Bailey. -- 11. Is Genesis 27:46 P or J? And how the answer affects translation Hanni Kuhn. -- 12. The miraculous grammar of Joshua 3-4 Nicolai Winther-Nielsen. -- 13. Evil spirits and eccentric grammar Robert D. Bergen. -- 14. A textlinguistic approach to the Biblical Hebrew narrative of Jonah Robert E. Longacre and Shin Ja J. Hwang. Pt. 3. 15. Functions and implications of rhetorical questions in the book of Job Lenart J. de Regt. -- 16. Genre criticism and the Psalms Ernst R. Wendland. -- 17. Genre and form criticism in Old Testament exegesis Bo-Krister Ljungberg. -- 18. Hebrew proverbs and how to translate them Murray Salisbury. -- 19. Units and flow in the Song of Songs 1:1-2:6 John Callow. -- 20. Some discourse functions of prophetic quotation formulas in Jeremiah H. Van Dyke Parunak. -- 21. The poetic properties of prophetic discourse in the book of Micah Francis I. Andersen. -- 22. Vision and oracle in Zechariah 1-6 David J. Clark.
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Pt. 1. 1. Discourse linguistics and Biblical Hebrew grammar Christo H. J. von der Merwe. -- 2. Weqatal forms in Biblical Hebrew prose Robert E. Longacre. -- 3. Salience, implicature, ambiguity, and redundancy in clause-clause relationships in Biblical Hebrew Francis I. Andersen. -- 4. On the Hebrew verbal system Alviero Niccacci. -- 5. Methodological collision between source criticism and discourse analysis Randall Buth. -- 6. A discourse perspective on the significance of the masoretic accents Lars Lode. -- Pt. 2. 7. Analysis of Biblical narrative Alviero Niccacci. -- 8. Introducing direct discourse in Biblical Hebrew narative Cynthia L. Miller. -- 9. Genealogical prominence and the structure of Genesis T. David Andersen. -- 10. Some literary and grammatical aspects of genealogies in Genesis Nicholas Andrew Bailey. -- 11. Is Genesis 27:46 P or J? And how the answer affects translation Hanni Kuhn. -- 12. The miraculous grammar of Joshua 3-4 Nicolai Winther-Nielsen. -- 13. Evil spirits and eccentric grammar Robert D. Bergen. -- 14. A textlinguistic approach to the Biblical Hebrew narrative of Jonah Robert E. Longacre and Shin Ja J. Hwang. Pt. 3. 15. Functions and implications of rhetorical questions in the book of Job Lenart J. de Regt. -- 16. Genre criticism and the Psalms Ernst R. Wendland. -- 17. Genre and form criticism in Old Testament exegesis Bo-Krister Ljungberg. -- 18. Hebrew proverbs and how to translate them Murray Salisbury. -- 19. Units and flow in the Song of Songs 1:1-2:6 John Callow. -- 20. Some discourse functions of prophetic quotation formulas in Jeremiah H. Van Dyke Parunak. -- 21. The poetic properties of prophetic discourse in the book of Micah Francis I. Andersen. -- 22. Vision and oracle in Zechariah 1-6 David J. Clark.

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