Ruth: Hebrew Text with Grammatical Notes and Vocabulary

The purpose of this text-book is to assist beginners in Hebrew, whether working under a teacher or self-taught, in their first reading of a connected prose narrative, for which the book of Ruth, with its simple style and representative vocabulary, is admirably adapted.

The student is presumed to have mastered the first thirty sections of the late A. B. Davidson’s “Introductory Hebrew Grammar,” revised by Professsor McFadyen…

From the Foreword

My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this publish domain title for digitisation.

Archibald Robert Stanley Kennedy [1859-1938], The Book of Ruth. The Hebrew Text with Grammatical Notes and Vocabulary. Texts for Students, No. 42. London: SPCK, 1937. Hbk. pp.79. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Text
  • Vocabulary

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  1. This looks splendid, just the thing when one has done a bit of grammar, and is then confronted with an actual text.

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