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Published 2000
Les temps seconds i-sḏm.f et i-iri.f sḏm : entre syntaxe et sémantique /

: Revision of the author's thesis (Ecole pratique des hautes études, Paris, 1997) : xi, 328 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [313]-328) and indexes. : 2951209258

Pseudopartizip und sd̲m.n=f : der Kernbereich des mittelägyptischen Verbalsystems II /

: "Der erste Teil des 'Kernbereiches' ... erschien in dem chinesischen 'Journal of ancient civilizations,' das in Changchun herausgegeben wird"--Page vi.
A revision of the 2nd part of the author's thesis (doctoral--Universität Heidelberg) originally presented under the title : Das Kernsystem des mittelägyptischen Verbalsystems. : xxxvii, 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages xv-xxxvii) and index. : 3806781230

Temps et aspect en egyptien : une approche semantique /

: xi, 484 pages ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [441]-462) and indexes. : 9004152164 : 0169-9610 ;

At-former /

: 90 pages ; 30 cm.

Published 2013
Verbal aspect in synoptic parallels : on the method and meaning of divergent tense-form usage in the synoptic passion narratives /

: In Verbal Aspect in Synoptic Parallels Wally Cirafesi answers the question of why the Synoptic Gospels at times employ different tense-forms to communicate the same action. The problem has typically been explained from the perspective of redaction criticism and temporal Aktionsart approaches to the Greek verbesserte Cirafesi challenges these approaches by reframing the discussion in terms of recent advances in verbal aspect theory and discourse analysis. He convincingly demonstrates that such differences in tense-form usage have to do with how each Gospel writer wishes to construct their discourses according to various levels of linguistic prominence.
: 1 online resource (xii, 191 pages) : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004250277 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2010
Verbal aspect in the Book of Revelatio n the function of Greek verb tenses in John's Apocalypse /

: The book of Revelation is well-known for its grammatical infelicities. More specifically, Revelation exhibits apparently \'odd\' use of Greek verb tenses. Most attemtps to describe this \'odd\' use of verb tenses start with the assumption that Greek verb tenses are primarily temporal in meaning. In order to explain Revelation's apparent violation of these temporal values, scholars have proposed some level of semitic influence from the Hebrew tense system as making sense of this \'odd\' use of tenses. However, recent research into verbal aspect, which calls into question this temporal orientation, and suggests that Greek verb tenses grammaticalize aspect and not time, has opened up new avenues for explaining the Greek verb tense usage in Revelation. This book applies verbal aspect theory to tense usage in Revelation and focuses on how the tenses, as communicating verbal aspect, function within sections of Revelation.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 9789004188068 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2011
The historical present in Thucydides semantics and narrative function = Le présent historique chez Thucydide : sémantique et fonction narrative /

: After Etudes sur l'aspect verbal chez Platon (Saint-Etienne, 2000), the international 'Groupe de recherche sur l'aspect verbal en grec' now presents a second volume on verbal aspect in (Ancient) Greek, which is devoted to the function(s) of the Historical Present in Thucydides. In nine chapters the authors approach this subject from a variety of angles, focusing inter alia on the HP of particular verbs and on its use in battle narratives, or investigate Thucydides' use of the HP from a comparative perspective. They share one important assumption, viz. that the primary function of the HP is to mark events that were, according to Thucydides, of decisive importance for the development of the Peloponnesian War. By its rich and detailed analyses the book provides important new insights into Thucydides' narrative technique.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 9789004210011 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2009
Discourse cohesion in ancient Greek /

: Central in this volume of the 6th International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics is the question how cohesion is created in Ancient Greek texts. The contributions to the volume either discuss the various cohesive devices that occur in a specific text or focus on the use and function of a particular cohesion device in a larger corpus. Apart from the use of pronomina and particles, less standard cohesive devices, like the use of tense and the grammatical form of complements, are taken into consideration. The result is a volume that gives a good impression of recent research in the field of Greek linguistics, not only of interest for classical scholars, but also for general linguists interested in discourse coherence cnd cohesion. Contributors include: Rutger J. Allan, Stéphanie J. Bakker, Louis Basset, Anna Bonifazi, Annemieke Drummen, Marietje (A.M.) van Erp Taalman Kip, Coulter H. George, Luuk Huitink, Sander Orriens, Annemieke van der Plaat, Antonio Revuelta, Albert Rijksbaron and Gerry C. Wakker.
: Papers presented at the 6th International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics, held June 27-29, 2007, Groningen, Netherlands.
Greek words romanized in table of contents. : 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004182202 : 1380-6068 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2019
Tenses in Vergil's Aeneid : narrative style and structure /

: The narrative style of the Aeneid suggests immediacy and involves the reader, while at the same time both narrator and reader know what the outcomes of the story will be. In 'Tenses in Vergil's Aeneid: Narrative Style and Structure' , Suzanne Adema investigates the role of the Latin tenses in this presentational style. Adema presents a framework to analyze and describe the use of tenses in Latin narrative texts from a linguistic and narratological point of view. The framework concerns the temporal relations between a narrator and the states of affairs in his story on the sentence level, discourse modes on the global text level and narrative progression on the level of narrative and descriptive sequences.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004383258