Narrative Syntax and the Hebrew Bible: Papers of the Tilburg Conference 1996

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E. J. Van Wolde
BRILL, 1997 - 269 oldal
Biblical Hebrew grammar was until recently concentrated on the morpho-syntax within sentence boundaries. In the past few decades text-syntactic theories have been developed. At the conference "Narrative Syntax and the Hebrew Bible" (Tilburg 1996) six eminent scholars presented both a paper on Hebrew syntax and a workshop in which Exodus 19-24 or 1 Samuel 1 was studied. Both kinds of contributions are collected in this volume. They tend to lead towards one conclusion: traditional sentence-grammar and text-syntactic studies should not exclude, but include each other. The verb forms, word-order and other syntactic features need to be studied as functioning at more than one level. A combination of a morpho-syntactic study at the sentence level and a text-syntactic approach is thus defended. This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.

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Linguistic Motivation and Biblical Exegesis
The Indicative System of the Biblical Hebrew Verb and
Meaning and Use of the Tenses in 1 Samuel 1
A Hierarchy of Clauses in Biblical Hebrew Narrative
Clause Types Textual Hierarchy Translation
A Critical Analysis of Narrative Syntactic Approaches with
Text Linguistics and the Structure
Narrative Syntax of Exodus 1924
The Alleged Final Function of the Biblical Hebrew Syntagm
Notes on the Use of Hebrew Tenses
Index of Biblical Texts

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Ellen van Wolde, Ph.D. (1989) in Biblical Studies, University of Nijmegen, is Professor of Old Testament Exegesis and Hebrew at the Tilburg University. She has published on literary and linguistic methodology and semiotics, and on Genesis, Ruth and Job, including "Words become Worlds. Semantic Studies of Genesis 1-11" (Brill, 1994).

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