Book review
Yishai Tobin & Edna Aphek. Word Systems in Modern Hebrew: Implications and Applications.
Leiden-New York-København-Köln: E.J. Brill, 1998. xv + 143 pp.

Reviewed by Hannah Amit-Kochavi
Hebrew Univ., Jerusalem
Table of contents

    The present book deals with the notion of "word system", especially as manifested in modern Hebrew texts, and its implications and applications, among others—for translation and translation studies. A Word System (henceforth: WS) is defined as

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