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Publications on the Hebrew language are extensive, and so here I have provided an overview of significant touchstones among these works. Special attention is paid to comparative Semitic linguistics as well as to languages most closely related to Hebrew. Surveying Hebrew resources provides a valuable aid to the reference librarian who is helping patrons find quality resources in the study of Hebrew, as well as the acquisitions librarian who needs to select content in the Semitic language section of his or her collection. This guide provides a solid base collection for any library surveying students engaged in the academic study of Hebrew.
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