Hebrew Studies: A Journal Devoted to the Hebrew Language and Literature. Volume XLVII, 2006.

Madison, Wisconsin: National Association of Professors of Hebrew Institutions of Higher Learning, 2006. Softbound. Octavo, paper covers, 487 pp. Very Good. Item #97349

Articles are "Qoheleth in 'The House of God,'" Ruth Fidler, "The Modal Nature of 'Terem' in Biblical Hebrew," Gaia Hatav, "A Textlinguistic Analysis of Isaiah 25," Harold E. Hosch, "Spanish Biblical Hebrew Manuscripts (Second Part) Ma Teresa Ortega-Monasterio, Symposium:: Can Biblical Texts Be Dated Linguistically? - "What a Difference a Year Makes," Ziony Zevit, "Using Linguistic Difference in Relative Text Dating," Jens Bruun Kofoed, "Sociolinguistics: A Key to the Typology and the Social Background of Biblical Hebrew," Frank Polak, "Aramaic-like Features in thePentateuch," Gary A. Rendsburg, "Why Biblical Texts Cannot Be Dated Linguistically," Martin Ehrensvärd, "THe Recent Debate on Late Biblical Hebrew," Avi Hurvit. Further articles are "The Law of Reproof," Kenneth L. Hanson, "A Note on Initial Consonant Clusters in Israeli Hebrew," Shmuel Bolotzky, "In the ackyard of Agnon's House," Nitza Ben-Dov, "'The Most Exalted Symbol of Our Time'?" Yael S. Feldman, "The Topography of the City and the Body," Nili Gold, "THe Realism of S. Yizhar Yeme Ziglag (Days of Ziglag)," Gideon Nevo, "Radical Recasting the Tradition," Ari Ofengenden, "Would That be Me! Ayin Hillel, an Envirnonmental Writer," Ether Raizen, "THe Bible in Contemporary Israeli Literature," Vered Shemtov.

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