The Representation of Speech in Biblical Hebrew Narrative: A Linguistic Analysis
Harvard Semitic Museum, 2003 - 504 oldal
First published in 1996, this study has come to be recognized as the standard description of the syntactic devices that are used in representing speech in biblical narrative. In this new printing, an Afterword examines other recent approaches; in addition, corrected indexes and a number of other small corrections have been made.
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Metapragmatics and Linguistic Diversity in the Representation
Syntactic Varieties of Indirect Speech
Syntactic Varieties of Direct Speech
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addressee adjacency pair appears Biblical Hebrew Biblical Narrative biblical text Cambridge central configuration Chinookan clitic command context conversation corpus David deictic center deixis Deut dialogue diegetic direct and indirect direct quotation discourse-pragmatic functions embedded within direct example Exod finite Follingstad free indirect discourse gerundive Grammar grammaticalization Hatav Hebrew Narrative Hiphil indicate indirect speech infinitival complement infinitive construct instances introduce direct speech ION1 Israel Israelites itfx Josh Judg king Lachish linguistic literary markedness marker matrix clause matrix verb metapragmatic verbs Moses multiple-verb frames narrator nax'i nax1 Niphal Note noun phrase ntfx occurs original locution Piel pragmatic prepositional phrase pronouns prototypical dialogic quotation introduced quotative frame reported speech reporting speaker represented response second pair-part semantics sentence servant single-verb frames speak speech event speech verb spoke Studies syntactic syntax tion tive Ugaritic unmarked utterance verb frames word YHWH