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Abstract: By maintaining a separation between syntax and semantics, the author argues that the waw followed by doubling element, as found in the waw -consecutive, should be understood as an inflectional morpheme, signaling a separate thought not syntactically connected with what precedes it.
Abstract: Of the various diminution devices in Modern Hebrew (+ it and + iya suffixation, reduplication, the colloquial + čik and + íko , etc.), + on suffixation is the most productive and often functions as the default case. Its productivity is emphasized by the fact that it can be appended to...
Abstract: The subject of this paper is alienation as a poetic issue and its expression in Hanoch Levin's "theatre of protest." The first part of the article is devoted to the definition of the concepts "theatre of protest"—drama which has a subversive ideological message conveyed through poetic...
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