This feature contains property at the level of text.
This feature is present on objects of type
The values of this feature are strings consisting of
Text type is a feature of a clause, and not of an object type higher in that hierarchy, because sometimes sentences are built from clauses of distinct text types. So a text type transition does not imply a new (sub-)paragraph. Nor does a new (sub-)paragraph imply a text type transition.
Within one and the same clause, every
clause_atom must have the
same value for text type. The sequence of characters corresponds with embedding,
so a clause having the value
QND, for example, stands for a discursive piece within
a narrative, enclosed in direct speech.
*Discursive* In a discursive text the author addresses the reader directly to supply him with a piece of background information. It is marked by the use of a yiqtol (not wayyiqtol) in a narrative environment.
Q may, but does not always have to be indicated by a verbum dicendi*: אָמַר or דָּבַר.
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