Text-linguistics and Biblical Hebrew
Sheffield Academic Press, 1994 - 241 oldal
Modern linguistics is a relative newcomer in the scientific world, and text-linguistics, or discourse analysis, is one of its youngest disciplines. This fact has inclined many toward scepticism of its value for the Hebraist, yet much benefit is thereby overlooked. In this work, the author examines recent contributions to Hebrew text-linguistics by Niccacci, Andersen, Eskhult, Khan, and Longacre, evaluating them against a twofold standard of theoretical and methodological integrity, and clarity of communication. An extensive introduction to one particularly promising model of text analysis (from Longacre's tagmemic school) is given, and a step-by-step methodology is presented. Analyses according to this model and methodology are given of seven extended text samples, each building on the findings of the previous analyses: Judg. 2; Lev. 14.1-32; Lev. 6.1-7.37; parallel instructions and historical reports about the building of the Tabernacle, from Exodus 25-40; Judg. 10.6-12.7; and the book of Ruth in its entirety. Considerable attention is given to the question of text-linguistics and reported speech.
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EXAMINATION OF KHANS STUDIES AND LONGACRES JOSEPH
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addition analysis approach base beginning BIBLICAL boundary chapter Classical Hebrew clause-types clines concepts conclusions construction contains context deal describe detail difficult discourse distribution embedded episode examined example explanation Expository fact function further give given grammar hand Hebrew Hortatory hypothesis identify indicate initial introduced Joseph Judges kind language less linguistic Longacre Longacre's look macro-syntactic main-line clauses marked material means methodology Narrative History Niccacci Noun occur off-line clauses paragraph particular patterns peak pericopes Phrase possible Predictive Prefix clauses present Procedural propose question reader reason reference Reported Speech require Ruth seen sentence serve significant simple specific speech formula story structure subordinated subordinated clauses Suffix clause surface syntactic Syntax tagmemic text-linguistic text-type theoretical theory topic types unit verb Verbless clause writes