Re: discourse boundary markers in Luke

Date: Sat Feb 27 1999 - 18:34:07 EST

What does this kind of analysis tell you? Is it an analysis of the psychology
of the writer (or, as some believe, God)? It seems to me, solely from reading
the post, and knowing none of the jargon, that one can determine that Luke
used Egeneto from time to time, and differently, but what does that tell you?
Or what are you looking to discover from this analysis?

In other words, and respectfully, what is the point? Is Norman Mailer
analyzed the same way as Luke (or God)? Does this analysis seek to find some
relationship between Norman Mailer and Luke?

Tony Prost
All Nonnos All Day

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