[b-hebrew] nunation studies

Vincent DeCaen decaen at origin.chass.utoronto.ca
Wed Dec 5 15:01:52 EST 2007


re nunation:

(1) from a generative and corpus-linguistic perspective:
see my 2003 paper on the nature and distribution of biblical nunation in 
the Journal of Northwest Semitic Languages 29.1: 121-132. (for those 
looking for a master's topic to run with, take a look.)

(2) from a discourse-analytic and rhetorical perspective:
see randy garr's 2006 contribution to Biblical Hebrew in its Northwest 
Semitic Setting, ed. Fassberg/Hurvitz.

cheers,
V


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