Hebrew Studies: A Journal Devoted to the Hebrew Language and Literature. Volume XLI 2000.

Madison, Wisconsin: National Association of Professors of Hebrew Institutions of Higher Learning, 2000. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, frontispiece portrait, 372 pp. Very Good. Item #56487

Articles are "(Free) Direct Discourse in Biblical Hebrew," Galia Hatav, "The Personal Names in Jeremiah as a Sopurce for the History of the Period,' David A. Glatt-Gilad, "Form and Content and Their Correspondence," Daniel Grossberg, "Stress Placement as a Morphological and Semantic Marker in Israeli Hebrew," Shmuel Bolotzky, "Acquistiion of Israeli Hebrew and Palestinain Arabic:A Review of Current Research," Ruth A. Berman and Dorit D. Ravid, "Back From Oblivion: The Nature of 'Word' in Yona Wallach's Poetry," Zafrira Lidovsky Cohen, "Ha-Me-asef: 'Mikhtac Hodesh Asher Aden be-Yamenu lo Hayah," Moshe Pelli, "The 'Rab Saqeh' at the Wall of Jerusalem: Israelite Identity in the Face of the Assyrian 'Other,'" Peter Machinist, "On Stoves, Sex, and Slave-girls: Rabbinic Orthodoxy and the Definition of Jewish Identity," Daniel Boyarin, "H.N. Bialik and the Quest for Ethical Identity," Dan Miron and "Revisiting the Pioneer Past: Continuity and Change in Hebrew Settlement Narrratives," Yael Zerubavel.

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