Gesenius' Hebrew Grammar, as Edited and Enlarged by the Late E. Kautzsch

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Clarendon Press, Oxford University Press, 1910 - Hebrew language - 616 pages

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User Review  - KirkLowery - LibraryThing

Even though dated, it is still the most comprehensive reference grammar out there. Unfortunately, it is rooted in mid-19th century philology and understanding of language. Definitely time for a new one. Read full review

User Review  - Joel Hamme - Christianbook.com

This is a superb reference grammar, and a classic by one of the luminaries in Hebrew Grammar from the 19th century. It is the old standard that has been replaced by Jouon and Muraoka. Gesenius does ... Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION 1 The Semitic Languages in General I
1
Sketch of the History of the Hebrew Languag
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Grammatical Treatment of the Hebrew Language
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