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  Volume 54, 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

Future Values of the Qatal and Their Conceptual and Diachronic Logic: How to Chain Future Senses of the Qatal to the Core of Its Semantic Network

pp. 7-38
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Understanding the Locative Alternation in Swarm-Drip Verbs: Evidence from Hebrew

pp. 39-47
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A New Methodology for Ascertaining the Semantic Potential of Biblical Hebrew Prepositions

pp. 49-67
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Two Philological Notes on Haggai 2:15–19

pp. 69-77
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The Diachronic Order of Psalms 134–136

pp. 79-92
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Unsavory Personalities in the Book of Proverbs in Light of Mesopotamian Writings

pp. 93-106
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Dimensions of the Shekhinah: The Meaning of the Shiur Qomah in Jewish Mysticism, Liturgy, and Rabbinic Thought

pp. 107-120
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Hasidic Myth on the Death of Moses and its Metamorphosis

pp. 121-132
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Grammatical Gender in the Early Modern Hasidic Hebrew Tale

pp. 133-165
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Letters of Charity from Yemen

pp. 167-202
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Clay in the Potter’s Hand: The Song of Songs and the Case of Lea Goldberg

pp. 203-222
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Yihud Sentences and Their Contribution to Information Structure in Modern Hebrew

pp. 223-242
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Ya’acov Orland’s Ballad The Day of Tel Faher: Reality, Myth, Poetry

pp. 243-263
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Sara Shilo’s No Gnomes Will Appear: A Linguistic Analysis

pp. 265-284
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David Grossman’s To The End of The Land: A Symposium

pp. 285-286
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Voices of War, Illness, and Dream

pp. 287-298
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Grossman After 2000: An Ambivalent Complaint in Nine Parts

pp. 299-309
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Toward an Ethics of Embodiment

pp. 311-318
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Sacrifice and Redemption in To the End of the Land

pp. 319-334
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Ora’s Tale: The Narrative Ambitions of David Grossman’s To the End of the Land

pp. 335-344
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Nationalism and Maternal Sacrifice in To the End of the Land

pp. 345-357
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The Indelible Stamp of Reality on the Subject: David Grossman’s To the End of the Land

pp. 359-371
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Review Essays

Jews, Greeks, and Dilettantes

pp. 373-385
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Features of Archaic Biblical Hebrew and the Linguistic Dating Debate

pp. 387-410
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Reviews

Ancient Judaism: New Visions and Views by Michael E. Stone (review)

pp. 411-413
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“To settle the plain meaning of the verse”: Studies in biblical exegesis Edited by Sara Japhet and Eran Viezel (review)

pp. 413-419
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Jeroboam’s Royal Drama by Keith Bodner (review)

pp. 419-421
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Biblical Metaphor Reconsidered: A Cognitive Approach to Poetic Prophecy in Jeremiah 1–24 by Job Y. Jindo (review)

pp. 421-425
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Exile and Restoration Revisited: Essays on the Babylonian and Persian Periods in Memory of Peter R. Ackroyd Edited by Gary N. Knoppers, Lester L. Grabbe, and Deirdre Fulton (review)

pp. 425-428
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Visions and Eschatology: A Socio-Historical Analysis of Zechariah 1–6 by Antonios Finitsis (review)

pp. 428-431
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The Challenge of Received Tradition: Dilemmas of Interpretation in Radak’s Biblical Commentaries by Naomi Grunhaus (review)

pp. 431-433
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Written lives: On Israeli literary autobiographies by Nitza Ben-Dov (review)

pp. 434-436
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Periodicals and Collected Essays

pp. 437-447
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Books Received — 2013

pp. 449-452
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