Medieval dialectology / edited by Jacek Fisiak.
(Trends in linguistics. Studies and monographs ; ; 79)
|出版者||Berlin : Mouton de Gruyter|
|大きさ||viii, 331 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|内容注記||The phonetic phenomena connected with the strengthening and weakening of sonants in Bulgarian and Macedonian dialects Jerzy Duma -- Parasite consonants a homographic clash Thera de Jong -- The nature of Old English dialect distributions, mainly as exhibited in charter boundaries Peter R. Kitson -- Geographical and linguistic distance in thirteenth-century Dutch Marijke Mooijaart -- Copyist behavior historical linguistics and text filiation Margôt van Mulken -- Contractions of preposition and plural article without "s" (e.g., à + les > au) in Old French, a completely overlooked problem of paradigm formation with implications for the theory of language change Pieter van Reenen -- Slavonic Pomerania in the past it's links with neighboring areas and its internal division Ewa Rzetelska-Feleszko -- New methods in textual criticism the case of the Charroi de Nîmes Lene Schøsler -- "Sociolectalization" as a feature in different versions of medieval drama Max Siller -- Realizations of the definite article in dialectal English and how and when they originated Wolfgang Viereck -- A hypothesis on the structure of macaronic business writing Laura Wright.|
|一般注記||Nine of the eleven papers were presented at a workshop on medieval dialectology held at the 10th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Amsterdam, Aug. 16, 1991.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
International Conference on Historical Linguistics(1991)