New Testament verbs of communication : a case frame and exegetical study / 520

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Author / Creator:Danove, Paul L., author.
Imprint:London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2015.
Description:xvi, 245 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Language:English
Series:Library of New Testament studies ; 520
T & T Clark library of biblical studies
Library of New Testament studies ; 520.
T & T Clark library of biblical studies.
Subject:Bible. -- New Testament -- Language, style.
Bible. -- New Testament.
Greek language, Biblical -- Verb.
Greek language, Biblical -- Verb.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/10158287
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ISBN:9780567496324 (hardcover)
0567496325 (hardcover)
9780567228468 (ePDF)
0567228460 (ePDF)
9780567228468 (ePDF)
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 236-239) and indexes.
Table of Contents:
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations
  • Chapter 1. Introduction to Case Frame Analysis
  • 1. Presuppositions and Concepts of Case Frame Analysis
  • 2. Syntactic Analysis and Description
  • 3. Semantic Analysis and Description
  • 4. Lexical Analysis and Description
  • 5. Required Complement Omission and Retrieval
  • 6. Application of the Case Frame Method
  • Chapter 2. Introduction to Usage, Event, and Semantic Features
  • 1. The Conceptualization of Events
  • 2. The Further Description of Usages: Usage Features
  • 3. The Derivation of Events: Event Features
  • 4. The Further Specification of Lexical Realizations: Semantic Features
  • 5. The Case Frame Lexicon and Parsing Guide Entries
  • 6. Presentation of the Study
  • Chapter 3. Oral Communication: Usages Ace ^C+Or
  • 1. The Licensing Properties and Translation of Verbs with Usages ACE ACE ^C+or
  • 1. Usage #1: ACE ^C +or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 2. Usage #2: ACE ^C +or (Cmm. Mid, Ditr.)
  • 4. Usage #3: AC[E] ^C +or (Cmm. Pass. Trans.)
  • 5. Usage #4: A{{C}} E ^C {{C=V}} +or (Cmm. Act. Trans.)
  • 6. Usage #5: A{{C}} E ^C {{C=V}} +or (Cmm. Mid. Trans.)
  • 7. Usage #6: ACE ^C C→T +or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 8. Usage #7: ACE AC ^C→T +or (Cmm. Mid. Ditr)
  • 9. ¿¿¿¿Asyco Melding and ¿¿¿¿ Coordination with Usages ACE ^C +or
  • 10. The Feature Model Description of Usages ACE ^C +or
  • Chapter 4. Oral Communication: Usages ACE ^E +or
  • 1. The Licensing Properties and Translation of Verbs with Usages ACE ^E +or
  • 2. Usage #8: ACE ^E +or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 3. Usage #9: ACE ^E +or (Cmm. Mid. Ditr.)
  • 4. Usage #10: A{{C}}E ^E +or (Cmm. Act. Trans.)
  • 5. Usage #11: A{{C}}E ^E +or (Cmm. Mid. Trans.)
  • 6. Usage #12: ACE ^E C→T +or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 7. The ^C/^E Distinction with Three Verbs
  • 8. ¿¿¿¿ Melding and ¿¿¿¿ Coordination with Usages ACE ^E +or
  • 9. The Feature Model Description of Usages ACE ^E -for
  • Chapter 5. Non-Oral Communication: All Usages ACE -or
  • 1. The Licensing Properties and Translation of Verbs with Usages ACE -or
  • 2. Usage #13: ACE ^C -or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 3. Usage #14: ACE ^C -or (Cmm. Mid. Ditr.)
  • 4. Usage #15: A[C]E ^C [C=A] -or (Cmm. Pass. Trans.)
  • 5. Usage #16: A{{C}}E ^C {{C=V}} -or (Cmm. Act. Trans.)
  • 6. Usage #17: ACE ^C C→T -or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 7. Usage #18: ACE ^E -or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 8. Usage #19: AC[E] ^E [E=A] -or (Cmm. Pass. Ditr.)
  • 9. Usage #20: ACE ^E C→T -or (Cmm. Act. Ditr.)
  • 10. Usage #21: AC[E] ^E C→T [E=A] -or (Cmm. Pass. Trans.)
  • 11. The Verb with Usages ACE ^C -or and ACE ^E -or
  • 12. ¿¿¿¿ Melding with Usage ACE -or
  • 13. The Feature Model Description of Usages ACE -or
  • Chapter 6. Usages of Events Derived hrom Communication (ACE)
  • 1. The Interpretation and Translation of Usages of Derived Events
  • 2. Usage #22: (A)CE (Cog. Act. Trans.)
  • 3. Usage #23: (A)CE (Cog. Mid. Trans.)
  • 4. Usage #24: AC(E) C→P (Eff. Act. Trans.)
  • 5. Usage #25: AC(E) C→P (Eff. Mid. Trans.)
  • 6. Usage #26: A{{C}}(E) {{C→P, P=V}} (Eff. Act. Intr.)
  • 7. Usage #27: A{{C}}(E) {{C→P, P-V}} (Eff. Mid. Intr.)
  • 8. Usage #28: AC(E)+B C→P (Ben. Act. Ditr.)
  • 9. Usage #29: AC(E)+[B] C→P [B=A] (Ben. Pass. Trans.)
  • 10. Usage #30: AC(E)+R C→P (Mod. Act. Ditr.)
  • 11. Usage #31: (A)C(E)+R C→P (Des. Act. Trans.)
  • 12. The Feature Model Description of Usages
  • Chapter 7. Oral Communication for a Benefactive: All Usages ACEB +or
  • 1. The Licensing Properties and Translation of Verbs with Usages ACEB +or
  • 2. Usage #32: ACE[B] ^C [B=A] +or (Cmm. Pass. Ditr.)
  • 3. Usage #33: A{{C}}E[B] ^C {{C=V}} [B=A] +or (Cmm. Pass. Trans.)
  • 4. Usage #34: ACE[B] ^C C→T [B=A] +or (Cmm. Pass Ditr.)
  • 5. Usage #35:ACE[B] ^E [B-A] +or (Cmm. Pass. Ditr.)
  • 6. Usage #36:A{{C}}E[B] ^E {{C=V}} [B=A] +or (Cmm. Pass. Trans.)
  • 7. The ^C/^E Distinction with ¿¿o¿¿I
  • 8. ¿¿¿¿ Melding and ¿¿¿¿ Coordination with Usages ACEB ^C/^E +or
  • 9. The Feature Model Description of Usages
  • Chapter 8. The Active/Middle Distinction with Four Verbs
  • 1. Statement of the Active/Middle Distinction
  • 2. The Active/Middle Distinction with ¿¿¿¿¿
  • 3. The Active/Middle Distinction with ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
  • 4. The Active/Middle Distinction with ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
  • 5. The Active/Middle Distinction with ¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿
  • 6. Verification of the Active/Middle Distinction
  • Chapter 9. Further Considerations and Conclusion
  • 1. ¿¿¿¿ Melding and ¿¿¿¿ Coordination Revisted
  • 2. Affectedness Revisited
  • 3. Emphasis Revisited: A Second Characteristic of Emphasis
  • 4. Emphasis Revisited: A Third Characteristic of Emphasis
  • 5. Conclusion
  • Chapter 10. The Case Frame Lexicon and Parsing Guide
  • Appendices
  • Bibliography
  • Index of Verbs
  • Index of Authors