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Sanskrit Syntax
Sanskrit Syntax
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About the Book:

Sanskrit grammar has remained, for long, professedly deficient in its treatment of Syntax, in spite of the labours of Delbruck, De Saussure, and Whitney in this field. The present work is and attempt to remove this deficiency. Herein the author has presented a vivid portrait of Syntax as it is represented by Classical Sanskrit literature, Vedic prose and Epics.

The book is divided into six sections. Sections I opens with the general remarks on the structure of sentences. Section II explains concord and case-relations. Section III deals with the different classes of nouns and pronouns. Sections IV, V, VI discuss the syntax of verbs, particles and sentences.

The book is the result of the author's observations of original sources which he quotes in plenty. Majority of examples cited by him are selected form the works of well-known authors and this has made the work both authoritative and interesting. Among the ancient grammarians he has followed Panini whose rules are referred to at every step.

CONTENTS
The whole of the Syntax is made up of six Sections

SECTION I. General ramarks on the structure of sentences

SECTION II. Syntaxis convenientiae and syntaxis reactionis

    Chapt I.Concord
    Chapt II.How to denote case-relations
    Chapt III.Accusative
    Chapt IV.Instrumental
    Chapt V.Dative
    Chapt VI.Ablative
    Chapt VII.Genitive
    Chapt VIII.Locative
    Chap IX. Periphrastic expression of case-relations
    1. Prepositions
    2. Periphrase by means of noun-cases
    3. Periphrase by means of participles, gerunds and the like
    Chapt X.Compounds

SECTION III. On the different classes of nouns and pronouns.

    Chapt I.Substantive Adjective. Adverb
    Chapt IIPronouns
    1. Personal pronouns and their possessives
    2. Demonstratives, Relatives, Interrogatives
    3. Pronominal Adverbs
    4. Pronominal Adjectives
    Chap III.On nouns of number
SECTION IV. Syntax of the Verbs
    Chapt I.General remarks, Kinds of verbs, Auxijiaries. Periphrase of verbs
    Chapt II.On voices
    Chapt III and IVTenses and moods
    Chapt V.Participles and participial idioms
    Chapt VI.Gerunds
    Chapt VII.Infinitive

SECTION V. Syntax of of the particles.

    Chapt. I.Particles of emphasis and limitation
    Chapt II.Negation
    Chapt III.Interrogations
    Chapt IV.Exclamation
    Chapt V.Connective particles

SECTION VI. On the connectioon of sentences

    Chapt I.Coordination
    Chapt II.Subordination. Periods and clauses
    Chapt III.Relative sentences introduced by pronouns
    Chapt IV.Relative adverbs and conjunctions
    Chapt V.The conditional period
    Chapt VI.The direct construction

Sanskrit Syntax

Item Code:
IDD554
Cover:
Hardcover
Edition:
1998
ISBN:
8120804821
Language:
English
Size:
9.5" X 6.2
Pages:
412
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About the Book:

Sanskrit grammar has remained, for long, professedly deficient in its treatment of Syntax, in spite of the labours of Delbruck, De Saussure, and Whitney in this field. The present work is and attempt to remove this deficiency. Herein the author has presented a vivid portrait of Syntax as it is represented by Classical Sanskrit literature, Vedic prose and Epics.

The book is divided into six sections. Sections I opens with the general remarks on the structure of sentences. Section II explains concord and case-relations. Section III deals with the different classes of nouns and pronouns. Sections IV, V, VI discuss the syntax of verbs, particles and sentences.

The book is the result of the author's observations of original sources which he quotes in plenty. Majority of examples cited by him are selected form the works of well-known authors and this has made the work both authoritative and interesting. Among the ancient grammarians he has followed Panini whose rules are referred to at every step.

CONTENTS
The whole of the Syntax is made up of six Sections

SECTION I. General ramarks on the structure of sentences

SECTION II. Syntaxis convenientiae and syntaxis reactionis

    Chapt I.Concord
    Chapt II.How to denote case-relations
    Chapt III.Accusative
    Chapt IV.Instrumental
    Chapt V.Dative
    Chapt VI.Ablative
    Chapt VII.Genitive
    Chapt VIII.Locative
    Chap IX. Periphrastic expression of case-relations
    1. Prepositions
    2. Periphrase by means of noun-cases
    3. Periphrase by means of participles, gerunds and the like
    Chapt X.Compounds

SECTION III. On the different classes of nouns and pronouns.

    Chapt I.Substantive Adjective. Adverb
    Chapt IIPronouns
    1. Personal pronouns and their possessives
    2. Demonstratives, Relatives, Interrogatives
    3. Pronominal Adverbs
    4. Pronominal Adjectives
    Chap III.On nouns of number
SECTION IV. Syntax of the Verbs
    Chapt I.General remarks, Kinds of verbs, Auxijiaries. Periphrase of verbs
    Chapt II.On voices
    Chapt III and IVTenses and moods
    Chapt V.Participles and participial idioms
    Chapt VI.Gerunds
    Chapt VII.Infinitive

SECTION V. Syntax of of the particles.

    Chapt. I.Particles of emphasis and limitation
    Chapt II.Negation
    Chapt III.Interrogations
    Chapt IV.Exclamation
    Chapt V.Connective particles

SECTION VI. On the connectioon of sentences

    Chapt I.Coordination
    Chapt II.Subordination. Periods and clauses
    Chapt III.Relative sentences introduced by pronouns
    Chapt IV.Relative adverbs and conjunctions
    Chapt V.The conditional period
    Chapt VI.The direct construction
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