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Strategies of Clause Linking in Semitic Languages: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Clause Linking in Semitic Languages, Kivik, Sweden, 5-7 August 2012
Isaksson, Bo and Maria Persson, editors

Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2014 pp. 252. €54.00

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Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes, 93


Description: This volume is the outcome of the International Symposium on Clause Linking in Semitic Languages that took place in Kivik, Sweden, from 5-7 August 2012. A strong incentive for the symposium was the renewed interest, in recent years, in the nature of non-main clause linking. Current research has brought into focus the concept of main line and digressions from the main line in various discourse types. The conference invited papers on all related topics with emphasis on “ways of combining clauses other than through relative clause and complement clause constructions”. The eleven contributions presented here deal with clause linking in Arabic dialects, in written Arabic, in Biblical Hebrew, in Ethio-Semitic as well as in East Semitic.

Subjects: Methods, Linguistics, Aramaic, Hebrew, Northwest Semitic, Arabic, Ethiopic

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Review by Benjamin J. Noonan
Published 8/3/2017
Citation: Benjamin J. Noonan, review of Bo Isaksson and Maria Persson, eds., Strategies of Clause Linking in Semitic Languages: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Clause Linking in Semitic Languages, Kivik, Sweden, 5-7 August 2012, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2017).


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