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  2. David E. S. Stein
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  2. Shaul Bar
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  1. Poetic Discourse and the Problem of Verbal Tenses in the Oracles of Balaam
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  1. Scripture, Wisdom, and Authority in 4QInstruction: Understanding the Use of Numbers 30:8-9 in 4Q416
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  4. DOI: 10.1353/hbr.2008.0043
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  1. Rabbinic Elements in the Verbal System of Maskilic Hebrew Fiction 1857-1881
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  1. The Woman-Artist in Ruth Almog's Fiction: Her Formation and Engagement with the World
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  1. Hebrew Word Structure: Its Rendering in Pointing and in Latin Conversion
  2. Uzzi Ornan
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  1. Aspects of Dialogic Syntax: Examples from Yehoshua and Grossman
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  2. Philip Hollander
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  1. Shaked Symposium: From the Association for Jewish Studies 2007 Conference
  2. Marvin A. Sweeney
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  1. Gershon Shaked's History of Hebrew Narrative Fiction: A Zionist Enterprise
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  1. The Challenges of Writing a Literary History of Early Modernist Hebrew Fiction: Gershon Shaked and Beyond
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  1. The Origins of the West Semitic Alphabet in Egyptian Scripts (review)
  2. Grace Jeongyeon Park
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  2. Tomar Zewi
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  2. Vincent DeCaen
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  2. Lisbeth S. Fried
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  2. Laura Lieber
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  2. Daniel R. Schwartz
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  1. Periodicals and Collected Essays
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  1. The So-Called Deuteronomistic History: A Sociological, Historical and Literary Introduction (review)
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  1. Books Received — 2008
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