[b-hebrew] RE: b-hebrew Digest, Vol 22, Issue 2
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Sun Oct 3 01:08:49 EDT 2004
Have a look at the following article:
Garr, W. Randall. "Affectedness, Aspect, and Biblical 'et." Zeitschrift fur
Althebraistik 4 (1991): 119-134.
Also Matthew Anstey discusses this in his thesis: "The Linguistic
Description and Analysis of 2 Samuel 11-12 from the Perspective of
Functional Grammar in the Tradition of Simon Dik." MCS diss., Regent
College, 1997. See pages 81-86.
Hope this helps.
>Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2004 18:59:44 GMT
>From: "rpunkboy at netzero.com" <rpunkboy at netzero.com>
>Subject: [b-hebrew] Question concerning "Effected Object Accusative"
>To: b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org
>Message-ID: <20041001.120018.23797.871391 at webmail24.nyc.untd.com>
>After checking my grammars and ATLA, I haven't been able to find anything
>on the "Effected Object Accusatve in Hebrew, except the short mention of it
>in O'Connor (10.2.1f, p. 166). Does anyone know of any studies (books,
>articles) on this topic?
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