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The coordination of ky / ' l kn in Cant. i 1-3 and related texts

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Although the locution ky ' l kn introducing adverbial clauses of cause is well known, the coordination of its separate parts is virtually unstudied. My interest here is in how causality is expressed by groups of clauses in which ky is coordinated with ' l kn, creating a total structure of "since" / "therefore." A clearer understanding of this structure has important implications for the interpretation of well-known passages of Hebrew Scripture, notably the opening strophes of The Song of Songs and Psalms.

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2005-10-01
2016-12-07

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