This study is chiefly concerned with some grammatical peculiarities which either have been discovered for the first time in Ugaritic or Phoenician and afterwards also in Hebrew, or were already known from Hebrew but have received renewed attention under the impulse of Northwest Semitic studies. In two sections, the study tries to shed new light on a series of passages from Job by applying these grammatical principles.
In the first section, entitled “Northwest Semitic Grammar and Hebrew,” the author gives a brief survey, with bibliography, of the grammatical phenomena in the texts from Job, which is discussed at greater length in the second section. The second section, “Northwest Semitic Grammar and Job,” deals with a series of passages from Job, one by one, following the order of the biblical texts; it applies to individual texts the grammatical principles discussed in the first part.
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- Brief survey of the grammatical phenomena
- Discusses a series of passages from Job
- Bibliographical references and indexes
- Title: Northwest Semitic Grammar and Job
- Author: Anton C. M. Blommerde
- Publisher: Pontifical Biblical Institute
- Publication Date: 1969
- Pages: 151