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In Turns of Tempest: A Reading of Job, with a Translation (review)

In Turns of Tempest: A Reading of Job, with a Translation (review) particular issue is the appropriate balance between the representation of the various applied areas and discussion of theoretical linguistic issues emerging from the grammatical description and analysis of modem Hebrew data. The research reports outlined above apply models of computational and mathematical linguistics, discourse analysis, or socio-linguistics to modem Hebrew and test them for reliability; so should models in current linguistic theory be measured in the light of data from Hebrew phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics in a greater proportion of the articles included in a typical issue. This reviewer would like to see the relative weight of descriptive/theoretical contributions to this journal restored to what it used to be at some earlier phases of its development. Shmuel Bolozley University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003 IN TURNS OF TEMPEST: A READING OF JOB, WITH A TRANSLA TION. By Edwin M. Good. pp. xiv + 496. Stanford: Stanford University, 1990. Cloth, $45.00. Edwin M. Good, a literary scholar best known to biblicists for his Irony in the Old Testament, presents here a "reading" of the book of Job. "Reading" is current literary parlance for interpretation, and this reading shows both the strengths and weaknesses of this new mode http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hebrew Studies National Association of Professors of Hebrew

In Turns of Tempest: A Reading of Job, with a Translation (review)

Hebrew Studies , Volume 33 (1) – Oct 5, 1992

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particular issue is the appropriate balance between the representation of the various applied areas and discussion of theoretical linguistic issues emerging from the grammatical description and analysis of modem Hebrew data. The research reports outlined above apply models of computational and mathematical linguistics, discourse analysis, or socio-linguistics to modem Hebrew and test them for reliability; so should models in current linguistic theory be measured in the light of data from Hebrew phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics in a greater proportion of the articles included in a typical issue. This reviewer would like to see the relative weight of descriptive/theoretical contributions to this journal restored to what it used to be at some earlier phases of its development. Shmuel Bolozley University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003 IN TURNS OF TEMPEST: A READING OF JOB, WITH A TRANSLA TION. By Edwin M. Good. pp. xiv + 496. Stanford: Stanford University, 1990. Cloth, $45.00. Edwin M. Good, a literary scholar best known to biblicists for his Irony in the Old Testament, presents here a "reading" of the book of Job. "Reading" is current literary parlance for interpretation, and this reading shows both the strengths and weaknesses of this new mode

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Published: Oct 5, 1992

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