Table of contents for Verbal aspect, the indicative mood, and narrative : soundings in the Greek of the New Testament / Constantine Campbell.

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Table of Contents
Synopsis									v
Declaration									vii
Acknowledgements								viii
Abbreviations									ix
Introduction									1
	1. The problem of verbal aspect					2
	2. Where are we?							3
	3. Discourse analysis and Greek narrative				5
	4. The search for an aspectual model of the Greek verbal system	7
	5. Implications								8
Chapter One: Methodological Issues					9
	1. Introduction								10
	2. Terminology							11
	3. Linguistic assumptions						22
	4. Pragmatics and semantics						34
	5. Determining aspect							38
	6. Limitation of sources						41
	7. Conclusion								45
Chapter Two: The Present Tense-form				46
	1. Introduction								47
	2. Aspectual value							47
	3. Present usage and function						50
	4. Remoteness and proximity						66
	5. The historical present						77
	6. Conclusion								103
Chapter Three: The Imperfect Tense-form				105
1.	Introduction							106
2.	Aspectual value							106
3.	Imperfect usage and function					108
	4. Imperfectivity and remoteness 					116
	5. Conclusion							140
Chapter Four: The Aorist Tense-form					141
1.	Introduction							142
2.	Perfective aspect							142
	3. Aorist usage and function						148
	4. Perfectivity and remoteness 					158
	5. Conclusion							173
Chapter Five: The Future Tense-form					175
1.	Introduction							176
2.	Future usage and function						177
	3. Aspectual value							187
	4. Future temporal reference						211
5. Discourse analysis							222
6. Conclusion							223
Chapter Six: The Perfect Tense-form					225
1.	Introduction							226
2.	Traditional approaches						227
	3. Stative aspect							232
	4. Perfect usage and function					247
	5. Aspectual value							259
	6. Heightened proximity						276
	7. Conclusion							296
Chapter Seven: The Pluperfect Tense-form				298
1.	Introduction							299
2.	Pluperfect usage and function					299
	3. Aspectual value							314
	4. Heightened remoteness						323
	5. Planes of discourse						328
	6. Conclusion							334
Conclusions and Implications						336
1.	Introduction							337
2.	Discourse analysis and recursive methodology			337
	3. Discourse analysis and Greek narrative				340
	4. An aspectual model of the Greek verbal system			341
	5. Narrative structure and the indicative mood			343
	6. Exegetical implications						347
	7. Conclusion							348
Bibliography								349

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bible. N.T. -- Language, style.
Greek language, Biblical -- Grammar.
Bible. N.T. -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.