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L’ÉVOLUTION DE L’HÉBREU ÉCRIT SANS HÉBREU PARLÉ ET SES EFFETS SUR LES LANGUES VERNACULAIRES

Abstract : The Medieval stratum of Hebrew corresponds to no spoken Hebrew, whence a certain loss of interest for Medieval Hebrew; a literary idiom, certainly, but not lacking linguistic consequences. A succinct survey of some effects of Medieval Hebrew on the vernaculars makes the case for a linguistic interest in this stratum of Hebrew and affirms the autonomous status of writing and its active role in the semiotic sphere, besides language.
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Yishaï Neuman. L’ÉVOLUTION DE L’HÉBREU ÉCRIT SANS HÉBREU PARLÉ ET SES EFFETS SUR LES LANGUES VERNACULAIRES . Dossiers d'HEL, SHESL, 2016, Écriture(s) et représentations du langage et des langues, 9, pp.359-376. ⟨hal-01306924⟩

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