NEAR FINE in Very Good Dustjacket. Previous owner's names, in ink, to front free endpaper. Spinecaps folded under. Light narrow 1" bubble to lower edge of front board. Dustjacket very good. Clipped. Moderate scuffing with closed tear down center of jacket. Now Mylar protected. Gilt lettering to spine of navy-blue, cloth-covered boards. Clean, tight, bright. 146 pp with extensive index to notes and English-Hebrew vocabulary. "The purpose of this book is to train students of Hebrew in the art of writing correct, idiomatic Hebrew which should follow the pattern of Old Testament prose and verse, " (front flap). Includes fifty pieces of prose and five of verse, composed in the style of the Authorized English Version of the Old Testament. Each text is accompanied by copious notes, in which the relevant rules of Hebrew syntax are explained rationally while, at the same time, the student's memory is constantly refreshed on points of grammar. An English-Hebrew vocabulary is appended. Also, an index to the notes is supplied.
First edition. First printing. Suitable for a gift. Very good hardcover (near fine) with very good dust jacket in new Brodart jacket. Unmarked, bright and clean with square and tight binding. Dust jacket is worn at spine ends and corners and is missin 3/4 section at head of spine. Shipping from North Carolina. Enjoy reading with a real book in your hands.
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