Paul Danove, «Verbs of Transference and Their Derivatives of Motion and State in the New Testament: a Study of Focus and Perspective.», Vol. 19 (2006) 53-71
This article identifies 102 New Testament verbs that designate transference and describes alternative usages of these verbs as derivates of motion and state. The discussion first considers the manner in which verbs grammaticalize the event of transference by assuming a particular focus and perspective on its elements and by indicating the degree of affectedness of the subject. The study then develops the usages of motion and state in terms of the exclusion of elements of the event of transference and changes in focus and perspective. A concluding discussion summarizes the results of the investigation.