The Recent Study of Hebrew: A Survey of the Literature with Selected Bibliography

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Eisenbrauns, 1989 - History - 464 pages
 

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Contents

BIBLICAL HEBREW BASIC BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RESOURCES
1
THE WRITING SYSTEM
2
HEBREW AND ITS COGNATE RELATIONSHIPS
9
PHONOLOGY
15
MORPHOLOGY
21
LEXICOGRAPHY AND SEMANTICS
50
COGNATES AND LOANWORDS
57
BIBLICAL HEBREW AND UGARITIC
61
MASORETES AND PREMASORAH
149
COMMUNAL TRADITIONS AND JEWISH LANGUAGES
153
TIBERIAN PALESTINIAN BABYLONIAN AND YEMENITE HEBREW
155
JUDEOARABIC AND ARABIC INFLUENCE ON HEBREW
161
JUDEOARAMAIC AND OTHER LANGUAGES
166
JUDEOPERSIAN
168
JUDEZMO
169
JUDEOITALIAN AND JUDEOFRENCH
173

OTHER LANGUAGES AND HEBREW
64
SYNTAX
67
RHETORIC AND POETRY
71
THE SECOND COMMONWEALTH AND RABBINIC HEBREW ARAMAIC INFLUENCE AND LANGUAGE CHANGE
79
SPIRANTIZATION
83
POSTBIBLICAL LITERATURE
87
THE SEPTUAGINT AND TRANSLATION GREEK
89
HEBREW ARAMAIC TARGUM AND NEW TESTAMENT
91
THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS
98
SAMARITAN QUMRAN AND RABBINIC HEBREW AFFINITIES
106
THE HISTORIC POSITION OF MISHNAIC HEBREW
109
THE PHONOLOGY OF MISHNAIC HEBREW
114
THE MORPHOLOGY OF MISHNAIC HEBREW
116
THE LEXICON OF MISHNAIC HEBREW
122
AKKADIAN LOANWORDS AND INFLUENCE
124
GREEK INFLUENCE ON MISHNAIC HEBREW
127
MISHNAIC HEBREW SYNTAX
130
THE MASORETES GENERAL SURVEYS AND BASIC TEXTS
136
THE ALEPPO CODEX AND THE BEN ASHER SCHOOL
139
VARIOUS SYSTEMS OF MASORAH
141
ORIGINS OF THE MASORETIC SIGNS
144
MASORAH PHONOLOGY AND PHONEMICS
145
THE SYNTACTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MASORAH
147
HEBREW IN SPAIN
176
THE STUDY OF YIDDISH AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO HEBREW
180
KARAITE HEBREW AND FRINGE PHENOMENA
190
MEDIEVAL GRAMMARIANS AND POETS LANGUAGE CONSCIOUSNESS
192
MEDIEVAL GRAMMARIANS
195
SPECIAL TOPICS
203
POETRY
204
MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY HEBREW DEFINITION OF THE MODERN PERIOD
214
HASKALAH WRITERS AND HEBREW
217
LANGUAGE PLANNING AND THE REVIVAL OF HEBREW SPEECH
220
FORCES ACTING ON CONTEMPORARY HEBREW FROM WITHIN AND WITHOUT
230
PHONOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY HEBREW
234
MORPHOLOGY AND MEANING IN CONTEMPORARY HEBREW
242
SYNTAX IN CONTEMPORARY HEBREW
247
GENERATIVETRANSFORMATIONAL GRAMMAR
251
DISCOURSE ANALYSIS
253
LEXICOGRAPHY
255
SEMANTICS
257
PROBLEMS OF TRANSLATION
261
LITERARY AND JOURNALISTIC STYLE
263
BIBLIOGRAPHY
267
INDEX OF NAMES
449
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