Dik (2003) gives an analysis of Greek nominative pronouns that suggests that there are occasion were even the […]
I could have sworn that I had mentioned Lars Nordgren’s book, Greek Interjections Syntax, Semantics and Pragmatics at some point before, but apparently not. I can’t find the post. In any case, his book received a detailed review in the latest issue of the Bryn Mawr Classical Review by Coulter George:
Nordgren’s book is, of course, expensive on Amazon (here), though with all such monographs, patient waiting can often land you a reasonably priced copy–I picked one up about a year ago.
The author has a academia.edu page, as well, but he has not uploaded any papers.
The first two chapters of Luraghi’s volume consist of her introduction and her theoretical foundation. The former includes […]
Luraghi, Silvia. On the meaning of prepositions and cases: Semantic roles in Ancient Greek. Studies in language companion […]
Dr. Mounce wrote on his website (also on Zondervan’s Blog) on how to determine whether a sentence is […]
Two observations: 1) The three most recent intermediate grammars make no reference to the clitic/non-clitic difference between ἐμοῦ […]
This post does not seek to provide any sort of new or exciting insight into Hellenistic Greek. The […]
Greek Grammars draw a distinction between “proper” and “improper” prepositions–and some grammars refuse to deal with those so-called […]