The historical composition of the lexicon as a stylistic factor in a text-oriented culture: a case-study from Modern Hebrew


This article studies the relevance of an historical lexical analysis to the stylistic description of Modern Hebrew texts. The examination of the lexical make-up of two distinct genres – administrative language and folksong – reveals a correlation between the social functions of the corpora and their formal characteristics. The administrative corpus reflects… (More)


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