By Dickens, Owen Pruett
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A second aspect he call3 "positional parallelism," referring to the relative position of each element in the line. Thirdly, he accents the role of phonetics in parallelism, but admits that modern researchers are handicapped by a host of enigmas, principally the vocalic system. H. Gordon. Finally, and most emphatically, he calls for study of the ways in which 41 parallelism is used in units larger than the verse level. He says, "I have become convinced that any analysis of the parallelistic structure of a text must include an analysis of parallelism at all distances" (Pardee 1988c, 187).
In an article published the same year as his Prolegomenon to Gray, Freedman utilized acrostic poems as a test-bed for his syllable counting method of analysis (Freedman 1980a). The advantage in using acrostic poems is the elimination of the subjective element in determining the beginning and end of each cola. The results of his analysis suggest that, for acrostic poems at least, contiguous cola do indeed exhibit a measure of syllabic uniformity. But Freedman cautions that such statistics are descriptive and not prescriptive.
He did not exploit his own suggestion. 2 See the discussion of word pairs in Chapter 1. 51 but in the past fifteen years there have been many studies which have used Gevirtz' idea as a basis for analysis. Freedman David Noel Freedman has written a number of articles treating various aspects of Biblical Hebrew verse, most of which were published in the 1970's. B. Gray's classic, The Forms of Hebrew Poetry (Freedman 1980d). This Prolegomenon provided Freedman with a forum to set forth many of his own conclusions about the nature of Hebrew verse.
A study of rhetorical devices in Ugaritic verse by Dickens, Owen Pruett