Function And Form In The Ya Formations Of The Rig Veda And Atharva Veda
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📒Function And Form In The Ya Formations Of The Rig Veda And Atharva Veda ✍ Stephanie W. Jamison
✏Function and Form in the ya formations of the Rig Veda and Atharva Veda Book Summary : 232p (Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht 1983)
📒Fighting Words And Feuding Words ✍ Thomas R. Walsh
✏Fighting Words and Feuding Words Book Summary : Fighting Words and Feuding Words engages the powerful tools of Homeric poetic analysis and the anthropological study of emotion in an analysis of two anger terms highlighted in the Iliad by the Achaean prophet Calchas. Walsh argues that kotos and kholos locate two focal points for the study of aggression in Homeric poetry, the first presenting Homer's terms for feud and the second providing the native terms that designates the martial violence highlighted by the Homeric tradition.
📒Reciprocal Constructions ✍ Vladimir P. Nedjalkov
✏Reciprocal Constructions Book Summary : This monograph constitutes the first comprehensive investigation of reciprocal constructions and related phenomena in the world’s languages. Reciprocal constructions (of the type The two boys hit each other, The poets admire each other’s poems) have often been the subject of language-particular studies, but it is only in this work that a truly global comparative picture emerges. Nine stage-setting chapters dealing with general and theoretical matters are followed by 40 chapters containing in-depth descriptions of reciprocals in individual languages by renowned specialists. The introductory papers provide a conceptual and terminological framework that allows the authors of the individual chapters to characterize their languages in comparable terms, making it easy for the reader to see points of commonality between languages and constructions that have never been compared before. This set of volumes is an indispensable starting point and will be a lasting reference work for any future studies of reciprocals.
📒Passivization And Typology ✍ Werner Abraham
✏Passivization and Typology Book Summary : Is the passive a unified universal phenomenon? The claim derived from this volume is that the passive, if not universal, has become unified according to function. Language as a means of communication needs the passive, or passive-like constructions, and sooner or later develops them based on other voices (impersonal active, middle, reflexive), specific semantic meanings such as adversativity, or tense-aspect categories (stative, perfect, preterit). Certain contributors review the passives in various languages and language groups, including languages rarely discussed. Another group of contributors takes a novel theoretical approach toward passivization within a broad typological perspective. Among the languages discussed are Vedic, Irish, Mandarin Chinese, Thai, Lithuanian, Mordvin, and Nganasan, next to almost all European languages. Various theoretical frameworks such as Optimality Theory, modern structuralist approaches, Role and Reference Grammar, cognitive semantics, Distributed Morphology, and case grammar have been applied by the different authors.
📒The Paippal Dasa Hit Of The Atharvaveda K As 6 And 7 ✍ Arlo Griffiths
✏The Paippal dasa hit of the Atharvaveda K as 6 and 7 Book Summary :
📒The Creation Of Morphological Regularity ✍ Elizabeth Fawcett Tucker
✏The Creation of Morphological Regularity Book Summary :
✏Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts Book Summary :
✏Glotta Book Summary : 1909-1934 include section: Literaturbericht für das jahr 1907-1932.
📒Vedic Bibliography ✍ Ramchandra Narayan Dandekar
✏Vedic Bibliography Book Summary :
📒Material Culture And Social Formations In Ancient India ✍ Ram Sharan Sharma
✏Material Culture and Social Formations in Ancient India Book Summary : This Is A Survey Of Theories Of Social Change Which Underlines The Key Role Of Production Techniques Together With Climatic Conditions In Shaping Ancient Social Formations. Vedic, Epic And Buddhist Texts Are Examined In The Light Of Material Remains, Tribal Studies And Archaic Social Survivals.