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Abstract: The paper opens with a definition of the minimal unit of dialogue as a pair of "speech moves" and points to the wide distribution of contextual elliptical sentences in a dialogue. It applies to dialogues the theory of "functional sentence perspective" by which each sentence is divided...
Abstract: This article deals with the challenges of writing historiography of modernist Hebrew fiction in the first three decades of the twentieth century in Europe. It examines the immense achievements of the late Gershon Shaked, who gave us the most recent and most comprehensive historiography...
Abstract: Modern Hebrew syntax not only reflects the syntax of Mishnaic Hebrew, as frequently suggested by various scholars, but integrates all historical layers of Hebrew syntax, from Biblical Hebrew on. Modern Hebrew syntax is not an artificial creation, namely the consequence of deliberate...
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