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Hapax

A. E. Stallings

Hapax

poems

by A. E. Stallings

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Published by TriQuarterly Books in Evanston, IL .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementA. E. Stallings.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS
The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. ;
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22725801M
ISBN 100810151715

  The current essay offers an overview of major studies on hapax legomena in the MT, LXX and NT. The focus of the contribution is on the definition of hapax s disagree as to whether the term should point to (a) a word found only once in a specific biblical corpus or to (b) a word occurring more than once as well as unique grammatical forms of a word as well as unique by: 2.   In Homer’s Iliad, written around the eighth century B.C., we find a hapax in book 2, line The poem chronicles the epic battle between the Greeks and Author: Maya Nandakumar.

hapax (hapaxnym) Summary: "Didn’t think you’d cut up stiff about it. Mean to say, books are more your thing. from an actual book, and Warlock was a little excited because he knew that Nanny didn’t really approve of books, so it looked like he was going to catch . Hapax legomena can pose quite a challenge to translators who usually refer to other instances of a word in a text in order to determine the meaning of any given word. If the word is a hapax legomenon and appears only once in the text, the original meaning of the word as intended by the author is almost impossible to decipher.

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Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A. Stallings. Opening with the jolt of "Aftershocks," this book explores what does and does not survive its "gone moment"-childhood ("The Dollhouse"), ancient artifacts ("Implements from the Grave of /5(15).

Hapax book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Apocalypse has come, and in seven days the world will be no more.

Only the /5. Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A.

Stallings. Opening with the jolt of "Aftershocks," this book explores what does and does not survive its "gone moment"-childhood ("The Dollhouse"), ancient artifacts ("Implements from the Grave of Brand: Northwestern University Press. "Hapax", I believe, would lend itself well to a sequel, or perhaps even better, a prequel.

Either way - looking forward to K.T. Bryski's next one. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Julie A Richards. out of 5 stars Theology and Science Fiction come together in a great storyline/5(5).

Define hapax. hapax synonyms, hapax pronunciation, hapax translation, English dictionary definition of hapax. n a word that only appears once in a work of or genus of literature or in a body of work by a particular author.

Hapax - definition of hapax by The Free Dictionary. Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A. Stallings.

Opening with the jolt of "Aftershocks," this book explores what does and does not survive its "gone moment"-childhood ("The Dollhouse"),/5.

K.T. Bryski's Hapax was one of those impulse buys at a literary conference -- when the author is standing in front of you, and for some vague reason that has more to do with you than her, you feel compelled to buy it rather than scuttle away with some vague excuse.

Ellipsis of hapax legomenonGilbert G. Bilezikian, Christianity Your Guide to Eight Basic Christian Beliefs, →ISBN, p Never build a doctrine on or draw a teaching from an unclear or debated hapax. Mark W. Edwards, The Iliad: A Commentary, Volume V: Books 17–20, →ISBN, p He includes tables which give the number and.

Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A. Stallings. Opening with the jolt of "Aftershocks," this book explores what does and does not survive its "gone moment"-childhood ("The Dollhouse"), ancient artifacts ("Implements from the Grave of.

Hapax definition: a word that only appears once in a work of or genus of literature or in a body of work by | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Hapax Magazine. likes 40 talking about this. Hapax Magazine - commissioning and publishing new ers: Hapax Art.

95 likes. Art. A teenage girl laid a hand on a very rare and old mystic book, the “De Vermis Mysteriis”.5/5. Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A.

g with the jolt of "Aftershocks," this book explores what does and does not survive its "gone moment"--childhood ("The Dollhouse"), ancient artifacts ("Implements from the Grave of the Poet"), a marriage's lost moments of 4/5.

Hapax Press - P.O. Box - Santa Fe, NM Hapax legomenon: | | ||| | Rank-frequency plot for words in the novel ||Moby-Dick World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.

(enumeration of articles of merchandise), a comparatively large number of hapax legomena may be expected. Some are introduced for the sake of assonance (comp. Casanowicz, "Paronomasia in the Old Testament," p. 42), and a few are loan-words. The following is an alphabetical list of the absolute or strict hapax legomena of each book.

"Hapax is ancient Greek for "once, once only, once and for all," and "onceness" pervades this second book of poems by American expatriate poet A.E. Stallings. Opening with the jolt of "Aftershocks," this book explores what does and does not survive its "gone moment"--Childhood ("The Dollhouse"), ancient artifacts ("Implements from the Grave of.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Argüelles, Ivan, Hapax legomenon. Berkeley, CA: Pantograph Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type.

Hapax K.T. Bryski. Dragon Moon (), $ trade paper (p) ISBN Buy this book. Brother Gaelin of the Ecclesiat is stunned when his failed Candlemass. The Book of Job, with its special style and many Aramaisms, contains a relatively large proportion of hapax legomena, in number, among them 60 without derivation from known biblical roots.

The (much larger) Book of Isaiah has hapax legomena, among them, again, 60 without derivation. One of my favorite terms used in the study of literature is hapax legomenon [hā’păks’ lĭ-gŏm’ə-nŏn’]: A word or form of which only one instance is recorded in a literature or an author. A famous example from the works of Shakespeare ()) is honorificabilitudinitatibus.

The benefit of doing it this way is that you can save the word list for future use; for example, I could use it to find the hapax legomena in Hebrews, James, Matthew, etc. (I assume by your question you mean the hapax legomena in the NT, not in the book of Hebrews.).

I've created a Personal Book of Hapax Legomena in the Hebrew portions of the Lexham Hebrew Bible (there's also a New Testament version if you prefer). As you can see, the words are listed in both canonical and alphabetical order, and I've excluded proper nouns wherever possible. There are 1, words in the list.