restricted access   Volume 52, 2011

Table of Contents

Articles

The Grammaticalization of Bipartite Reciprocal Markers in Hebrew

pp. 7-18
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The Biblical Hebrew Verbal System in Light of Grammaticalization: The Second Generation

pp. 19-51
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hinneh and Mirativity in Biblical Hebrew

pp. 53-81
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raq and 'ak: Limiting and Countering: Limiting and Countering

pp. 83-105
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The Compound Subject in Biblical Hebrew

pp. 107-120
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Syntactic Patterns of Quantifier Float in Biblical Hebrew

pp. 121-136
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"Why Did the Lord Do Thus to This Land?": Deuteronomy 29:21-28 in Historical and Textual Contexts

pp. 137-170
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Gutturals in MS Cambridge of the Mishnah: A Historical-Linguistic Study of Rabbinic Hebrew Traditions

pp. 171-200
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From Oral Transmission to Written Transmission: Concerning the Meaning of Some Orthographic Forms in the Manuscripts of the Mishnah and of Rabbinic Literature

pp. 201-212
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Language Contact in Judea: How Much Aramaic is There in the Hebrew Documents from the Judean Desert?

pp. 213-220
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The Place Could Not Bear Me: Expulsion and Exile in Khirbet Khizeh

pp. 221-234
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Producing the (Eretz-) Israeli Place: On the Documentary Urge in Kibbutz Literature

pp. 235-257
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Orly Castel-Bloom's Perception of Coupledom and Women's Oppression in Light of Impressionist Features and Intertextual Connections in the Novel Where Am I

pp. 259-277
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Are There Grammatical Differences between the Language of Religious and Secular Jews?: Observations on a Morphophonological Aspect of Israeli Hebrew

pp. 279-291
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An Epic of Birth, Survival, and Growth: Preliminaries, by S. Yizhar

pp. 293-314
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Hurled into the Heart of Darkness: Moral Luck and the Hebrew Literature of the Intifada

pp. 315-339
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Topicalization and Its Pragmatic and Textual Functions in Contemporary Hebrew Literature

pp. 341-352
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A Hasidic View of Dreams, Torah-text, and the Language of Allusion

pp. 353-362
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Sh. Y. Agnon's Community Rhetoric: The Heroism and Crisis of Power in Two Tales of Gabbais (Treasurers) from Ir U-Meloah (The City and All It has in It)

pp. 363-378
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Review Essays

The Kingdom of the Hittites: The Least Known Empire of the Second Millennium B.C.E.

pp. 379-396
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Diachrony in Biblical Hebrew: Review of an Approach from the Perspective of Paraleipomenon

pp. 397-409
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Reviews

The Cambridge Introduction to Biblical Hebrew (review)

pp. 411-413
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A Basic Introduction to Biblical Hebrew (review)

pp. 413-416
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The Function of the Tautological Infinitive in Classical Biblical Hebrew (review)

pp. 416-419
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Word Order in the Biblical Hebrew Finite Clause (review)

pp. 419-424
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BMH as Body Language: A Lexical and Iconographical Study of the Word BMH When Not a Reference to Cultic Phenomena in Biblical and Post-Biblical Hebrew (review)

pp. 424-428
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The Bible as a Human Witness to Divine Revelation: Hearing the Word of God Through Historically Dissimilar Traditions (review)

pp. 428-431
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Thus Says the Lord: Essay on the Former and Latter Prophets in Honor of Robert R. Wilson (review)

pp. 432-434
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The Fate of Justice and Righteousness During David's Reign: Narrative Ethics and Rereading the Court History According to 2 Samuel 8:15B-20:26 (review)

pp. 434-437
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Isaiah After Exile: The Author of Third Isaiah as Reader and Redactor of the Book (review)

pp. 437-438
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In Defense of Divine Justice: An Intertextual Approach to the Book of Jonah (review)

pp. 439-441
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Judaism of the Second Temple Period. Vol. 2: The Jewish Sages and Their Literature (review)

pp. 441-443
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The Aramaic and Egyptian Legal Traditions at Elephantine: An Egyptological Approach (review)

pp. 443-445
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The Dead Sea Scrolls on Sexuality: Attitudes towards Sexuality in Sectarian and Related Literature at Qumran (review)

pp. 445-447
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Second Baruch: A Critical Edition of the Syriac Text with Greek and Latin Fragments, English Translation, Introduction, and Concordances (review)

pp. 445-447
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Rabbinic Texts and History of Late-roman Palestine (review)

pp. 448-450
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Rashi—Linguist Despite Himself: A Study of the Linguistic Dimension of Rabbi Solomon Yishaqi's Commentary on Deuteronomy (review)

pp. 453-457
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ha-Sifrut ke-ma'abadah musarit: ḳeri'ah be-mivḥar yetsirot ba-prozah ha-'Ivrit shel ha-me'ah ha-'eśrim / (Literature as a moral laboratory: Reading selected twentieth century Hebrew prose) (review)

pp. 457-458
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ha-Ḥofesh li-tsor: ha-omanit ṿeha-'olam bi-yetsiratah shel Rut Almog (The Freedom to Write: the Woman-Artist and the world in Ruth Almog's Fiction) (review)

pp. 459-461
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Periodicals and Collected Essays

Periodicals and Collected Essays

pp. 463-474
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Books Received

Books Received — 2011

pp. 475-480
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