Introduction to the Grammar of Hebrew Poetry in Byzantine Palestine

Introduction to the Grammar of Hebrew Poetry in Byzantine Palestine

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This work is concerned with investigating a corpus of several thousand lines of poetry, selected from the oeuvre of Eleazer be-rabbi Qillir, a liturgical poet (pavvetan) whose period of activity dates to the early seventh century C.E. The first portion of the work is a grammar, mainly devoted to morphology and syntax. The second portion of the work is an investigation of the poetic norms, as well as theoretical techniques employed by Qillir, together with an assessment of their impact on the grammar (e.g., the influence of rhyme on morphology). The overall aim of the project is to design an analytical framework within which a self conscious poetic dialect might be investigated, both as a linguistic and an aesthetic object.In all other cases, DR is in second position, the first position being occupied by a sentence element that satisfies either the acrostic requirement, as in cases 2-12, or constitutes a fixed word, as in case 13 (where DR occupies the alef slot).676anbsp;...


Title:Introduction to the Grammar of Hebrew Poetry in Byzantine Palestine
Author: Michael Rand
Publisher:Gorgias Press LLC - 2006
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