gfross at dnai.com
Sat Sep 19 03:50:50 EDT 1998
According to www.amazon.com,
The Brown & Yule book is not listed.
The de Beaugrande book is out of print.
The Longacre book is now in a second edition (July 1996). Amazon.com
expects a reprint from the publisher (Plenum) in 3 to 5 weeks.
The Bodine and Dawson books may be available in 4 - 6 weeks.
I didn't check for the Bergen and Levinsohn books.
All the best --
gfross at dnai.com
From: Kirk Lowery <KirkLowery at xc.org>
To: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Date: Thursday, September 17, 1998 1:51 PM
Subject: Re: discourse analysis
>Here are a couple of references that have a lot of pointers to the
>and give you an introduction to the field. There are two groups: books from
>general linguistics, and from the perspective of the biblical texts:
>>From general linguistics:
>Gillian Brown, George Yule, Discourse Analysis. Cambridge, 1983.
>Robert de Beaugrande, Wolfgang Dressler, Introduction to Text Linguistics.
> Longman, 1981.
>Robert E. Longacre, The Grammar of Discourse. Plenum, 1983. (My "bible" ;-)
>>From the perspective of biblical studies, here are a couple:
>Walter Bodine, ed. Discourse Analysis of Biblical Literature. What it is
> What it Offers. Semeia Studies. Scholars Press, 1995. (Lots of
>David Allan Dawson. Text-Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew. JSOTS 177.
> Press, 1994.
>Robert D. Bergen, ed. Biblical Hebrew and Discourse Linguistics. SIL, 1994.
>Stephen H. Levinsohn. Discourse Features of NT Greek. A Coursebook. SIL,
> (There may be a better intro to NT discourse analysis than this. I'd
> interested in other suggestions for a first text in NT Greek
>There's a lot more out there, of course.
>Kirk E. Lowery, Ph.D. voice: (215) 572-3845
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