Hebrew Studies: A Journal Devoted to the Hebrew Language and Literature. Volume XLVI 2005.

Madison, Wisconsin: National Association of Professors of Hebrew Institutions of Higher Learning, 2005. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, frontispiece portrait, 468 pp. Very Good. Item #56489

Articles are "Israel as Foundling: Abandonment, Adoption, and the Fatherhoood of God," Jack Miles, "The Organon of Humiliation in Hanoch Levin's Narrative Fiction - The Case of 'Ish Omed Me-Ahore Ishah Yoshevet (A Man Standing Behind a Seated Woman)," Gidi Nevo, "Arad Ostracon No. 7: In Search of the True Solution to the Riddle," Avi Shveka, "Towards a Typological Presentation of Tiberian Hebrew," Matthew P. Anstey, "Talebearers, Peddlers, Spies, and Converts: The Adventures of the Biblical and Post-Bilbical Roots Regel and Rahel," Moshe A. Zipor, "Towards a Description of Spoken Hebrew," Esther Borochovsky Bar-Aba, "Direct Speech in Non-Literary Texts: a Possible Source of Information on the Early Character of Spoken Hebrew?" Yael Reshef, "Hakham' in the Turbulaent Discursive Sphere of Israeli Bumper Stickers," Hagar Solomon, "Ibn Ezra and Rashbam on Qohelet: Two Perspectives in Contrast," Mariano Gomez, "'Internal Homeland' and 'External Homeland': A Literary and Psychoanalytical Study of the Narrative of R. Assi and His Aged Mother," Admiel Kossman, "Auto-Erotic Cosmogenies: The Poetry of Haya Esther after Walt Whitman," Aubrey L. Glazer, "Haplography in the Hebrew 'Vorlage' of LXX Jeremiah," Jack R. Lundbom, "The Distinction Between Classical and Late Biblical Hebrew as Reflected in Syntax," Jan Joosten, "Biblical Texts Cannot Be Dated Linguistically," Ian Young, "Traces of Linguistic Development in Biblical Hebrew," Mats Eskhult, "Symposium Discussion Session: An Edited Transcript," Ziony Zevit.

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