From: Edgar M. Krentz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Oct 29 1996 - 00:07:07 EST
>Does anyone know of any articles about the use of particles to indicate
>emphasis in Greek discourse? I am particularly interested in the use of OUN,
>DIA TOUTO, DIO, OQEN, etc. I would appreciate any slight lead, since the
>best information that I have found comes from Louw and Nida's brief
>statements in the Lexicon, and Stan Porter's Idioms. I am most interested in
>the use of particles as structure markers.
I was out of town from Friday til this evening and am just catching up.
Carl Conrad give you the basic bibliography. I add only one title (much
less complete thtn Denniston!).
Margaret Thrall, GREEK PARTICLES IN THE GREEK TESTAMENT. Grand Rapids:
Edgar Krentz, New Testament
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