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The reader is left to divine the sense of this summary, and while the meaning is not impenetrable, it is difficult to determine that one's interpretation is exactly what the author had intended. This book does not require further attention in this particular work, as the shortcomings of the work are immediately apparent, and the 93. Andersen, Sentence, p. 137. 94. Andersen, Sentence, p. 18. 95. Waltke and O'Connor, Introduction, pp. , borrow heavily from Andersen in their discussion of the same topic.

102. 65. Niccacci, Syntax, p. 102. 36 Text-Linguistics and Biblical Hebrew example Niccacci himself gives, in the narrative in question,66 all narrative clauses are in third person; two cohortative clauses do occur, which record the messages sent to the two kings—these are not narrative, but exhortation: 'Let us pass through your land' (in vv. 17 and 19). In addition to this, Niccacci claims that 'narrative discourse' and 'discourse proper' obey different rules, and that The text of Judges 11 just examined shows that QATAL is the verb form for beginning 'narrative discourse'...

The macrosyntactic function of a particular clause-type may, for example, be more simply apprehended if we stay within the syntactic level where the feature is to be found, as opposed to stopping frequently to assess its aspectual connotations. We expect a book on Hebrew syntax to forego in-depth analysis of grammatical constructions, except where they substantiate a point under examination; likewise we would find a lexicon 'obsessive' which makes constant reference, on even the most minor points, to the phonological system of the language.

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