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Wido van Peursen

), 18–51 (“Linguistics and Poetics”), 87–97 (“Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry”). Cf. Watson, “The Study of Hebrew Poetry,” 143: “There is a need for further application of the approaches used in linguistics, such as information theory and discourse analysis, to Hebrew poetry. A poetic text is

Jeremy D. Smoak

; Edited by R. Hayward and B. Embry; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005), 55–73. 49 For recent discussion on this particle in biblical Hebrew, see A. Benigni, “The Biblical Hebrew Particle ky from a Discourse Analysis Perspective,” ZAH 12/2 (1999), 126–145; C.M. Follingstad, Deictic Viewpoint in