The Representation of Speech in Biblical Hebrew Narrative: A Linguistic Analysis
Eisenbrauns, 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
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