[B-Greek] Re: Luke 19:13
willker at chemie.uni-bremen.de
Sat Sep 11 04:07:25 EDT 2004
Dirk Jongkind wrote:
> Compare Acts 1:4
> PARHGGEILEN ... PERIMENEIN THN EPAGGELIAN
> TOU PATROS HN HKOUSATE MOU.
Thank you very much for finding this interesting parallel.
Robertson (Wordpictures) writes:
"Change from indirect discourse (command), infinitives CWRIZESQAI and
PERIMENEIN after PARHGGEILEN to direct discourse without any EFH (said
he) as the English (Italics). Luke often does this (oratior ariata)."
Might be worth a little study?
Carl W. Conrad wrote:
> I wonder if this last remark of Wieland is really valid;
> I mistrust that adverb "always" in Wieland's formulation,
> "in Lk EIPEN PROS AUTOUS always introduces direct
Might be worth a little study, too?
Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
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