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Research Article| July 01 2010
The Narrator as "He," "Me," and "We": Grammatical Person in Ancient Histories and in the Acts of the Apostles
WILLIAM SANGER CAMPBELL
Journal of Biblical Literature (2010) 129 (2): 385–407.
WILLIAM SANGER CAMPBELL; The Narrator as "He," "Me," and "We": Grammatical Person in Ancient Histories and in the Acts of the Apostles. Journal of Biblical Literature 1 July 2010; 129 (2): 385–407. doi: https://doi.org/10.2307/27821025
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