Discourse cohesion in ancient Greek
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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Greek language -- Verb -- Congresses,
  • Greek language -- Particles -- Congresses,
  • Greek language -- Tense -- Congresses,
  • Cohesion (Linguistics) -- Congresses,
  • Discourse analysis -- Congresses

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Gerry Wakker, Stephanie Bakker.
GenreCongresses
SeriesAmsterdam studies in classical philology -- v. 16
ContributionsBakker, Stéphanie J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPA337 .W35 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23575282M
ISBN 109789004174726
LC Control Number2009023935

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PARTICLES AND DISCOURSE COHESION IN ANCIENT GREEK When writing a book, for example, its content is of the discourse, turn into a Given Topic in the next, be kept as such for a while, be. This book accordingly examines the circumstances that govern the use of the genitive, dative, and accusative of time, as well as the relevant prepositional constructions, primarily in Greek prose of the fifth century BC through the second century AD, but also in Homer. Discourse Cohesion in Ancient Greek. Leiden. Barrett, C. K. () The Cited by: 1. Allan, RJ , Towards a Typology of the Narrative Modes in Ancient Greek: Text types and narrative structure in Euripidean messenger speeches. in SJ Bakker & GC Wakker (eds), Discourse Cohesion in Ancient Greek. Brill, Leiden/Boston, pp. , 6th international colloquium on ancient greek linguisticsm, university of Groningen, 27/06/Cited by: 7. project Coherence and Cohesion in English Discourse, which is supported by the Czech Science Foundation, the aim of which is to conceptualize cohesion and coherence as constitutive components of human communication, and to analyse how coherence is manifested in different genres of spoken and written English discourse.