jharper at woh.rr.com
Wed Nov 20 23:18:54 EST 2002
On another list, I'm watching an enthusiastic discussion of theological
conclusions reached because of the way vav-conversive verbs at the
beginning of sentences are translated. One of the participants makes
extensive reference to Driver's book, which if I understand it correctly
advocates an aspectarian view of the verb.
Is there a scholarly consensus about the vav-conversive at this point in
history? If so, what is it?
Thanks a lot.
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