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Author Andersen, Francis I
Title Biblical Hebrew Grammar Visualized
Imprint Winona Lake : Pennsylvania State University Press, 2012
©2012
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Descript 1 online resource (413 pages)
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Series Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic ; v.6
Linguistic Studies in Ancient West Semitic
Note Front Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- The Structure of This Book -- Global Abbreviations -- Labels and Grammatical Abbreviations -- Introduction: What We Mean by "Biblical Hebrew," "Grammar," and "Visualized" -- 1.1 Biblical Hebrew -- 1.2 Grammar -- 1.3 Visualizing Structure -- 1.4 Brief Summary -- Text Division -- 2.1 Words, Segments, and Ligatures -- 2.2 Chunking the Text into Clauses -- 2.3 Brief Summary -- Parts of Speech -- 3.1 Approaches to Parts-of-Speech Specification -- 3.2 The Andersen-Forbes Part-of-Speech System -- 3.3 Part-of-Speech Features -- 3.4 Brief Summary -- Phrase Marker Concepts and Terminology -- 4.1 Phrase Markers Defined -- 4.2 Phrase Markers Characterized -- 4.3 Information Propagation among and within Phrase Markers -- 4.4 The Phrase Marker Creation Process -- 4.5 Exercise: A Test Case Phrase Marker -- 4.6 Brief Summary -- The Basic Phrase Types of Biblical Hebrew -- 5.1 The Constituent Hierarchy of Biblical Hebrew -- 5.2 Basic and Complex Phrases -- 5.3 Basic Tightly Joined Phrases -- 5.4 Basic Unconjoined Phrases -- 5.5 Basic Structurally Defined Conjoined Phrases -- 5.6 Basic Semantically Defined Conjoined Phrases -- 5.7 Brief Summary -- Complex Phrases in Biblical Hebrew -- 6.1 Embedding -- 6.2 Complex Phrases -- 6.3 Complex Tight Phrases -- 6.4 Complex Unconjoined Phrases -- 6.5 Complex Structurally Defined Conjoined Phrases -- 6.6 Complex Semantically Defined Conjoined Phrases -- 6.7 Brief Summary -- Main Clauses -- 7.1 The Clause -- 7.2 Configurational versus Nonconfigurational Languages -- 7.3 Complements and Adjuncts -- 7.4 An Alert regarding "Marginal Analyses" -- 7.5 Brief Summary -- Embedded Clauses -- 8.1 Nominalized Clauses -- 8.2 Clausal Complements -- 8.3 Adverbial Subordinated Clauses -- 8.4 Embedded Clause-Like Types -- 8.5 Brief Summary
Classifying Clause Immediate Constituents -- 9.1 The Clause-Immediate-Constituent Subtype Taxonomy -- 9.2 Excursus: The Mixed and Full Approaches to Representation -- 9.3 Five Types of Clause Immediate Constituent -- 9.4 On Recognizing CIC-Types -- 9.5 Brief Summary -- Semantic Role CICs -- 10.1 Semantic Role Repertoire -- 10.2 Representative Approaches to Semantic Role Organization -- 10.3 Semantic Role Classification Criteria -- 10.4 Brief Summary -- Introduction to Clause Immediate Constituent Composition, Incidence, and Ordering -- 11.1 Clause Immediate Constituent Censuses -- 11.2 Clause Immediate Constituent Incidence Contours -- 11.3 Clause Immediate Constituent Ordering -- 11.4 An Aside on Valency -- 11.5 The Structure of Chapters 12-15 -- 11.6 Brief Summary -- The אמר Corpus -- 12.1 The Binyan Census -- 12.2 The CIC Subtype Census -- 12.3 Survey of the Non-GF / SR Clause Immediate Constituents -- 12.4 Survey of the GF/SR Clause Immediate Constituents -- 12.5 Clause Immediate Constituent Incidence across the אמר Corpus -- 12.6 Core Constituent Ordering -- 12.7 Brief Summary -- The היה Corpus -- 13.1 Binyan Census -- 13.2 Single Predicators in Clauses -- 13.3 [Omitted] Verbs as Discourse Transition Markers -- 13.4 Periphrastics -- 13.5 Clause Immediate Constituent Incidence Contours -- 13.6 Core Constituent Ordering -- 13.7 Brief Summary -- The עשׂה Corpus -- 14.1 The Binyan Census -- 14.2 The CIC Subtype Census -- 14.3 Survey of the Non-GF / SR Clause Immediate Constituents -- 14.4 Survey of the GF / SR Clause Immediate Constituents -- 14.5 Clause Immediate Constituent Incidence Contours -- 14.6 Core Constituent Ordering -- 14.7 Brief Summary -- The נתן Corpus -- 15.1 The Binyan Census -- 15.2 The CIC Subtype Census -- 15.3 Survey of the Non-GF / SR Clause Immediate Constituents -- 15.4 Survey of the GF / SR Clause Immediate Constituents
15.5 Clause Immediate Constituent Incidence Contours -- 15.6 Core Constituents and Their Ordering -- 15.7 Verb Corpora Overview -- 15.8 Brief Summary -- Makeup of Clause Immediate Constituent Subtypes -- 16.1 The Impermanent CIC Subtype -- 16.2 The Syntactic Isolate CIC Subtype -- 16.3 The Predicator CIC Subtype -- 16.4 The Operator CIC Subtype -- 16.5 The Grammatical Function CIC Subtype -- 16.6 The Semantic Role CIC Subtype -- 16.7 Brief Summary -- Computing the Distances between Verb Corpora -- 17.1 The Hierarchical Lexicon, Verb Classes, and Inter-Clause Distance -- 17.2 Inter-Clause Clustering -- 17.3 Affinities for Two Large Collections of Verb Corpora -- 17.4 Affinities for Corpora Based on Single Binyanim, Etc. -- 17.5 Brief Summary -- The Five Quasiverbals -- 18.1 Standard Biblical Hebrew References on the Five Lexemes -- 18.2 Existentials -- 18.3 [Omitted] -- 18.4 [Omitted] -- 18.5 [Omitted] -- 18.6 Affinities among the Five Lexemes -- 18.7 Brief Summary -- Verbless Clauses -- 19.1 Verbless / Nominal Clauses -- 19.2 The Layered Structure of Verbless Clauses -- 19.3 Elliptic Verbal Clauses -- 19.4 Dealing with Rare CICs and Syntactic Isolates -- 19.5 Atypical Subjects and Subject Complements in Verbless Clauses -- 19.6 Operators and the Lead Zone -- 19.7 Embedding and Verbless Clauses -- 19.8 Indeterminacy in CIC Enumeration -- 19.9 One-CIC Verbless Structures and Clauses -- 19.10 Two-CIC Verbless Clauses -- 19.11 Three-CIC Verbless Clauses -- 19.12 Multi-CIC Verbless Clauses -- 19.13 Insufficiently Investigated Problems in Verbless Structures -- 19.14 Brief Summary -- Non-Tree Phrase Markers -- 20.1 Tangled Edges: Discontinuity -- 20.2 Multiple Mothers: Construct Participles, Distributed Apposition, and Ellipsis -- 20.3 Multiple Roots: Ambiguity and Multiple Parses -- 20.4 Brief Summary -- Discourse Analysis and Supra-Clausal Structures
21.1 Introduction to Our Perspectives on Discourse Analysis -- 21.2 Our Phrase Markers as a "Work in Progress" -- 21.3 Supra-Clausal Constituents -- 21.4 Paradoxical Intra-Clausal Discourse Units -- 21.5 Brief Summary -- Text Choice, Corrections, and Reductions -- A1.1 The Choice of a Manuscript -- A1.2 Correcting "Obvious Errors" in L -- A1.3 Reducing the Text -- Our Approach to Linguistics -- A2.1 Traditional Approaches to the Syntax of Biblical Hebrew -- A2.2 Phrase-Structure Grammars -- A2.3 The Autonomy of Syntax-Not -- Alternate Approaches to Positional Syntax -- A3.1 The Linearization Approach to Positional Syntax -- A3.2 The Argument Structure Approach to Positional Syntax -- A3.3 Factors That Determine or Affect CIC Position -- Indirect Object Alternation in the אמר Corpus -- A4.1 Indirect Object Alternation as Explained by Jenni and by Malessa -- A4.2 The Jenni and Malessa Explanations: Counterexamples -- Compositional Analysis -- A5.1 Problem -- A5.2 Solution -- A5.3 Practicalities -- Two-CIC VLCs as Novel Sentences -- Enhancements to Our Database -- A7.1 Our Glosses -- A7.2 Source Ascription -- A7.3 Text Types -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Untitled
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Link Print version: Andersen, Francis I. Biblical Hebrew Grammar Visualized Winona Lake : Pennsylvania State University Press,c2012 9781575062297
Subject Hebrew language -- Grammar
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Alt Author Forbes, A. Dean
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