[b-hebrew] Psa 107:19-21 (was WAYYIQTOL)
gertan at telus.net
Sat Mar 27 20:31:41 EST 2004
> On 3/27/04 10:18 AM, "A. Philip Brown II" <pbrown at GBS.EDU> wrote:
> > It would be helpful to me and perhaps to others on the list to have a
> > bibliography of the key articles/monographs ...
> Of course there is Robert Longacre's, Joseph : a story of divine
> : a text theoretical and textlinguistic analysis of Genesis 37 and 39-48 /
> Winona Lake : Eisenbrauns, 1989.
> and there is an excellent critique of Longacre's Model see:
> Heimerdinger, Jean-Marc. Topic, focus and foreground in ancient Hebrew
> narratives, Sheffield Academic Press, c1999. See pages 52-100 for critique
> of Longacre's Model. If you are short on time skip to page 75 and start
> reading there.
> The above discuss WAYYIQTOL within a larger framework.
> Clay Bartholomew
The book Biblical Hebrew and Discourse Linguistics edited by Robert Bergen
is a collection of 22 papers from The Summer Institute of Linguistics.
Three sections: Grammatical, Syntactical, and Accent Studies; Narrative
Genre; Topics Relating to Nonnarrative Genres. Includes the likes of
Longacre, Niccacci, etc. Very interesting read.
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