dstabno at lifeway.com
Wed Aug 8 13:35:27 EDT 2001
For textlinguistics I would recommend Walter Bodine's _Linguistics and
Biblical Hebrew_ (Eisenbrauns, 1994) as a starting point. David Allan
Dawson's _Textlinguistics and Biblical Hebrew_ (Sheffield, JSOT Supp 170,
1994) is an accessible introduction to Longacre's methodology and includes
critiques of some other approaches.
For literary analysis I enjoyed interacting with Meir Sternberg's _The
Poetics of Biblical Narrative_ (Indiana University, 1987).
"Andre Landman" <landmal at unisa.ac.za> on 08/07/2001 05:50:37 AM
Please respond to "Andre Landman" <landmal at unisa.ac.za>
To: Biblical Hebrew <b-hebrew at franklin.oit.unc.edu>
Subject: Hebrew narrative
Hi. I am particularly interested in learning more about the conventions of
Biblical Hebrew narrative. Anyone able to recommend relevant books written
either from a textlinguistic or literary analyis (in any of its many
forms)point of view?
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