Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Sprachen und Kulturen Asiens, Afrikas und Ozeaniens 2023.5

The syn­tax of V‑V resul­ta­tives in Man­darin Chi­nese
BuchcoverThis book address­es the three fun­da­men­tal prop­er­ties of V‑V resul­ta­tive con­struc­tions in Man­darin Chi­nese: their gen­er­a­tion, their syn­tac­tic struc­ture, and their alter­na­tions. This book is orig­i­nal and new in the fol­low­ing aspects. First, adopt­ing the ‘inner vs. out­er domain’ the­o­ry, it pro­vides new analy­sis and evi­dence that these com­pounds are gen­er­at­ed in syn­tax, not in lex­i­con. Sec­ond, this book argues that the two sub­class­es of V‑V resul­ta­tive con­struc­tions, object-ori­ent­ed vs. sub­ject-ori­ent­ed V‑V resul­ta­tives, actu­al­ly have dif­fer­ent struc­tures. Their syn­tac­tic con­trasts have not been observed in the lit­er­a­ture before. Third, this book is new in deter­min­ing the syn­tac­tic struc­ture of the V‑V resul­ta­tive con­struc­tions through their adver­bial mod­i­fi­ca­tion prop­er­ties. It demon­strates that the pre­vi­ous iso­mor­phism analy­sis of the syn­tac­tic struc­ture of Chi­nese V‑V resul­ta­tives does not hold. Final­ly, this book pro­vides a new analy­sis of the issue of the alter­na­tions of V‑V resul­ta­tives. In con­trast to pre­vi­ous analy­ses, which gen­er­al­ly view the causative alter­na­tion as the idio­syn­crat­ic prop­er­ty of par­tic­u­lar V‑V com­pounds, this book pro­vides a prin­ci­pled analy­sis.
This book makes a sub­stan­tial improve­ment of the cur­rent under­stand­ing of the issues in the syn­tax of Man­darin Chi­nese and gives new sup­port to cer­tain the­o­ries of the gen­er­a­tive gram­mar from the per­spec­tive of Man­darin Chi­nese.
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The Yeshi­va and the rise of mod­ern Hebrew lit­er­a­ture
BuchcoverThe Yeshi­va and the Rise of Mod­ern Hebrew Lit­er­a­ture argues that the insti­tu­tion of the yeshi­va and its ideals of Jew­ish tex­tu­al study played a sem­i­nal role in the resur­gence of Hebrew lit­er­a­ture in mod­ern times. Depart­ing from the con­ven­tion­al inter­pre­ta­tion of the ori­gins of Hebrew lit­er­a­ture in sec­u­lar cul­ture, Mari­na Zil­berg­erts points to the prac­tices and meta­physics of Tal­mud study as its essen­tial ani­mat­ing forces. Focus­ing on the ear­ly works and per­son­al his­to­ries of found­ing fig­ures of Hebrew lit­er­a­ture, from Moshe Leib Lilien­blum to Chaim Nach­man Bia­lik,
The Yeshi­va and the Rise of Mod­ern Hebrew Lit­er­a­ture reveals the last­ing engage­ment of mod­ern Jew­ish let­ters with the hal­lowed tra­di­tion of rab­binic learn­ing.
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