Fw: discourse analysis
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Tue Sep 15 16:34:05 EDT 1998
> From: Bryan Rocine <596547 at ican.net>
> To: TL Phillips <tiphillips at InfoAve.Net>
> Subject: Re: discourse analysis
> Date: Monday, September 14, 1998 11:28 PM
> Hi Tim,
> For some strange reason I received the text of your letter this time as
> well as the heading. Hallelujah! :-)
> The following list is alphabetical so it needs a couple comments. If you
> want the gentle introduction you may want to read some articles in the
> Bodine books that catch your interest. A little more thorough
> can be had by reading Longacre's _Joseph_ and Niccacci's _Syntax_ but
> neither is in print any longer, so you will have to get them from a
> library. The local public library in my county does a marvelous job of
> inter-library loaning books for me. If you want a more general and
> theoretical approach(which does not focus on Hebrew), you may want to
> Longacre's _The Grammar of Discourse_ or the works of Grimes or van Dyke.
> Alter, Berlin, and Sternberg are writing from the perspective of literary
> critics rather than linguists. I certainly would like to hear from
> who can add some more must-reads.
> As for my book, you can have a bound photo-copy for $25. Mail checks to
> at 147 Griffiths St. Syracuse, NY 13208. Hopefully this will be a
> short-lived offer because S.I.L. will publish the book soon. And
> my book is designed for the first year student who is starting from
> ALTER, ROBERT. THE ART OF BIBLICAL NARRATIVE. NEW YORK: BASIC BOOKS, 1981
> __________. THE ART OF BIBLICAL POETRY. NEW YORK: BASIC BOOKS, 1985.
> ANDERSON, FRANCIS I. THE HEBREW VERBLESS CLAUSE IN THE PENTATEUCH. NEW
> YORK: ABINGTON PRESS, 1970.
> __________. _THE SENTENCE IN BIBLICAL HEBREW_. THE HAGUE: MOUTON, 1974.
> BERGEN, ROBERT D., ED. BIBLICAL HEBREW AND DISCOURSE LINGUISTICS. DALLAS:
> SUMMER INSTITUTE OF LINGUISTICS, 1994.
> BERLIN, ADELE. POETICS AND INTERPRETATION OF BIBLICAL NARRATIVE.
> SHEFFIELD:THE ALMOND PRESS, 1983.
> BODINE, WALTER, ED. LINGUISTICS AND BIBLICAL HEBREW. WINONA LAKE:
> EISENBRAUNS, 1992.
> __________. DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF BIBLICAL HEBREW: WHAT IT IS AND WHAT IT
> OFFERS. ATLANTA, GEORGIA: SCHOLAR'S PRESS, 1995.
> DAWSON, DAVID ALLEN. TEXT-LINGUISTICS AND BIBLICAL HEBREW. SHEFFIELD:
> SHEFFIELD ACADEMIC PRESS, 1994.
> EXTER BLOKLAND, A. FRANCOIS DEN. IN SEARCH OF SYNTAX: TOWARDS A SYNTACTIC
> SEGMENTATION MODEL FOR BIBLICAL HEBREW. AMSTERDAM:VU UNIVERSITY PRESS,
> FOKKELMAN, J.P. _NARRATIVE ART IN GENESIS: SPECIMENS OF STYLISTIC AND
> STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS_. aSSEN: VAN GORCUM, 1975.
> GIVON, TALMY, ED. _DISCOURSE AND SYNTAX_. NEW YORK: ACADEMIC, 1979.
> GRIMES, JOSEPH E. _THE THREAD OF DISCOURSE_. THE HAGUE: MOUTON, 1975.
> LONGACRE, ROBERT E. "BUILDING FOR THE WORSHIP OF GOD: EXODUS 25:1-30:10.
> DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE. ED. WALTER R. BODINE.
> ATLANTA:THE SOCIETY OF BIBLICAL LITERATURE, 1995.
> __________. THE GRAMMAR OF DISCOURSE. NEW YORK: PLENUM, 1983.
> __________. JOSEPH: A STORY OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE. WINONA LAKE:
> EISENBRAUNS, 1989.
> MILLER, CYNTHIA L. THE REPRESENTATION OF SPEECH IN BIBLICAL HEBREW
> NARRATIVE: A LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS. ATLANTA: SCHOLARS PRESS, 1996.
> MURAOKA, TAKAMITSU. EMPHATIC WORDS AND STRUCTURES IN BIBLICAL HEBREW.
> JERUSALEM: THE MAGNES PRESS, 1985.
> NICCACCI, ALVIERO. THE SYNTAX OF THE VERB IN CLASSICAL HEBREW PROSE.
> TRANS. BY W.G.E. WATSON. SHEFFIELD: SHEFIELD ACADEMIC PRESS, 1990.
> PIKE, KENNETH L. LINGUISTIC CONCEPTS: AN INTRODUCTION TO TAGMEMICS.
> LINCOLN: THE UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS, 1982.
> REVELL, E.J. THE DESIGNATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL: EXPRESSIVE USAGE IN
> BIBLICAL NARRATIVE. KAMPEN, THE NETHERLANDS: KOK PHAROS PUBLISHING HOUSE,
> ROCINE, B.M. _A NEW APPROACH TO LEARNING BIBLICAL HEBREW USING DISCOURSE
> ANALYSIS_. (forthcoming).
> STERNBERG, MEIR. _THE POETICS OF BIBLICAL NARRATIVE_. BLOOMINGTON:
> UNIV. PRESS, 1987.
> TALSTRA, EEM. "TEXT GRAMMAR AND HEBREW BIBLE. I: ELEMENTS OF A THEORY."
> BIBLIOTHECA ORIENTALIS. VOL. 35. MAY/JULY, 1978, PP. 169-74.
> __________. "TEXT GRAMMAR AND HEBREW BIBLE. II: SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS."
> BIBLIOTHECA ORIENTALIS. VOL. 39. JANUARY-MARCH, 1982, PP.26-38.
> VAN DER MERWE, CHRISTO H.J. "A CRITICAL APPROACH OF NARRATIVE SYNTACTIC
> APPROACHES, WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THEIR RELATIONSHIP TO DISCOURSE
> ANALYSIS." Van Wolde, E (red.). Narrative syntax and the Hebrew Bible.
> Papers from the Tilburg Symposium,18-19 October 1996. Leiden: E J Brill,
> 1997, pp. 133-135.
> __________. "AN OVERVIEW OF HEBREW NARRATIVE SYNTAX." Van Wolde, E
> (red.). Narrative syntax and the Hebrew Bible. Papers from the Tilburg
> Symposium,18-19 October 1996. Leiden: E J Brill, 1997, pp. 1-20.
> __________. "FROM PARADIGMS TO TEXTS. NEW HORIZONS AND NEW TOOLS FOR
> INTERPRETING THE OLD TESTAMENT." Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages
> 22/2, pp. 167-179.
> VAN DYKE, T. A. _SOME ASPECTS OF TEXT GRAMMARS_. THE HAGUE: MOUTON,
> __________. _MACROSTRUCTURE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDY OF GLOBAL
> STRUCTURES IN DISCOURSE, INTERACTION, AND COGNITION_. HILLSDALE, NJ:
> LAWRENCE ERLBAUM, 1980.
> WENDLAND, ERNST R. ED. DISCOURSE PERSPECTIVES ON HEBREW POETRY IN THE
> SCRIPTURES. NEW YORK: UNITED BIBLE SOCIETIES, 1994.
> > From: TL Phillips <tiphillips at InfoAve.Net>
> > To: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
> > Subject: discourse analysis
> > Date: Monday, September 14, 1998 9:02 PM
> > Bryan, et alia,
> > Could youse guys give a book list for someone beginning to learn about
> > analysis. I prefer English (so I guess that leaves Schneider out...)
> because High
> > School German was a while back. BTW, B.R. I lost the info on your book
> a re-install
> > at school.
> > Thanks,
> > Tim Phillips
> > tiphillips at infoave.net
> B. M. Rocine
> Associate Pastor
> Living Word Church
> 6101 Court St. Rd.
> Syracuse, NY 13208
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