A reprint of the Oxford University Press edition of Copublished in the U.K. by Gerald Duckworth and Company, Ltd. In his classic work of scholarship. Title, The Greek particles. Author, John Dewar Denniston. Edition, 2, reprint. Publisher, Clarendon Press, Original from, the University of California. In presenting the first () edition, Denniston set himself to cut down the to illustrate how particles work and how they nuance Greek language within the.
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The Greek Particles by J. This revised edition incorporates additional examples from the original author in conjunction with K.
In presenting the first edition, Denniston set grdek to cut down the etymological discussion which characterised his German predecessors in the field. He was concerned to illustrate how particles work and how they nuance Greek language with This revised edition incorporates additional examples from the original author in conjunction with K.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 16, max rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is incredible. First published init is the definitive reference work on the subject.
What is a particle, anyway? After acknowledging the difficulty of a definition, Denniston writes: Here’s my defini This book is incredible.
If you are an advanced student of classical Homeric and Attic Greek, this work is as crucial to your library as Smyth’s grammar. pzrticles
It is mind boggling how Denniston could actually have written this work; only a person with an encyclopedic knowledge of classical Greek literature and the ability to carefully sift through every line of it could even conceive of such a herculean task.
Particles are not encountered in NT Greek with anywhere near the frequency of Attic and Homeric indeed, there are no NT authors referenced in this workso if your field of study is limited to Koine, you won’t need this book. Martina Astrid Rodda rated it really liked it Apr 28, Douglas rated it it was amazing May 21, Dorthe rated it it was amazing Mar 22, Casey Knott rated it really deniston it Jul 07, Teodelina rated it it was amazing Apr 17, Bill Tucker marked it as to-read Oct 28, Daniel Rodriguez particlles it as to-read Oct 28, Simon marked it as to-read Mar 12, Meg added it Apr 16, Jessica marked it as to-read Jun 13, Bonnard marked it as to-read Nov 07, Lois Tff marked it as to-read Dec 29, Emi marked it as to-read Mar 29, Elon Slootweg marked it as to-read May 05, Rylee Jo marked it as to-read Dec 03, Stel marked it as to-read Feb 08, Nicole marked it dehniston to-read Mar 07, Ricroc25 marked it as to-read Oct 22, Caleb Kirk marked it as to-read Oct 23, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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