Alleged non-past uses of qatal in classical Hebrew / Max Rogland. [print]Material type: TextLanguage: English, Hebrew Series: Studia Semitica Neerlandica ; 44.Publication details: Assen, The Netherlands : Royal Van Gorcum, [(c)2003.Description: 164 pages ; 25 cmContent type:
- PJ4645.A454 2003
- PJ4645.R734.A454 2003
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Introduction The Gnomic Perfect The Prophetic Perfect The Performative Perfect
This new monograph on the Hebrew verb examines those instances in which the qatal form (the so-called "perfect" or suffix conjugation) appears to refer to present or future events. The "gnomic", "prophetic", and "performative" perfects are each treated in turn. This study is especially intended for Hebrew linguists and scholars of the Old Testament, but its results will be of interest to scholars of other Semitic languages as well.
Dr. M. Rogland studied Hebrew and Semitic Languages at Leiden University. He is currently the minister at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Rochester, Minnesota (USA).
English with Hebrew examples.