restricted access   Volume 58, 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

From This to That: Transformation in Biblical Hebrew

pp. 7-23
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Prepositional Predicates with Nominalized Subjects in Classical Hebrew*

pp. 25-46
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Symposium: Does Archaic Biblical Hebrew Exist? Pamela Barmash

p. 47
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Glimpsing Archaic Biblical Hebrew through Thetical Grammar

pp. 49-79
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Lexical Isoglosses of Archaic Hebrew: פְּלִילִים (Deut 32:31) and כֵּן (Judg 5:15) as Case Studies*

pp. 81-97
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Starting at the Beginning with Archaic Biblical Hebrew

pp. 99-118
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God of Heaven and Sheol: The "Unearthing" of Creation

pp. 119-144
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Through the Kaleidoscope of Literary Imagery in Exodus 15: Poetics and Historiography in Service to Religious Exuberance

pp. 145-172
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A Cognitive Poetics Approach to the Problem of Biblical Hebrew Poetic Lineation: Perception-Oriented Lineation of David's Lament in 2 Samuel 1:19–27

pp. 173-197
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Anterior Weqatal In The Hebrew Bible And The Qumran Documents

pp. 199-220
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Gemination of /R/ in Samaritan Hebrew: A Note on Phonological Diversity in Second Temple Period Hebrew

pp. 221-235
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On Self-Restraint and Building Fences: A Note on LXX Proverbs 28:4 and Rabbinic Parlance

pp. 237-245
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On the Art of Piyyut: A Reading of Yehezqel Hacohen's "אמרתי לאבנים" (I Said to the Stones)

pp. 247-262
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Wondering about Silence: Considerations from over Fifty Translations of Goethe's "Wandrers Nachtlied II" into Hebrew

pp. 263-295
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A Construction Grammar Perspective on Negation in Hebrew:

pp. 297-313
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The Perception of Syllable Boundaries in Native Hebrew Speaking University Students

pp. 315-337
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The “Intended Misidentification” of the Other in the Poetry of Dahlia Ravikovitch

pp. 339-356
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The Watchman's Stance in A. B. Yehoshua's Fiction

pp. 357-382
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"As He Had Betrayed the Land, So He Betrayed His Betrothed": Erotic love, Nationalism, and authorship in A Guest for the Night

pp. 383-400
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Nostalgia as a Literary Device: Gabriel Preil's Diasporic Condition*

pp. 401-424
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"A Story or a Bullet between the Eyes" Etgar Keret: Repetitiveness, Morality, and Postmodernism

pp. 425-443
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Multicultural Containment and Aesthetic Education in Nakar-Sadi's Oxana

pp. 445-461
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Periodicals

pp. 463-484
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Books Received

pp. 485-488
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