English Historical Linguistics 1992

Papers from the 7th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Valencia, 22–26 September 1992

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This volume brings together a selection of 28 out of the 76 papers read at ICHEL-7 in Valencia. The book opens with a general section, in which Richard Hogg examines the relationship between linguistics and philology, Enrique Bernárdez analyzes syntactic change from the point of view of catastrophe theory, Roger Sell suggests a pragmatic analysis of historical data, and Norman Blake and Jacek Fisiak re-open the debate on periodization in the history of English. The rest of the papers is grouped in four sections: Phonology and Writing, Morphology and Syntax, Lexicology and Semantics, and Varieties of English and Studies on Individual Texts. An index of names and a subject index complete the volume.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 113]  1994.  viii, 388 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editors’ Foreword
v
I. General Issues
Linguistics, Philology, Chickens and Eggs
Richard M. Hogg
3
Can Catastrophe Theory Provide Adequate Explanations for Linguistic Change? An application to syntactic change in English
Enrique Bernárdez
17
Postdisciplinary Philology: Culturally relativistic pragmatics
Roger D. Sell
29
Premisses and Periods in a History of English
Norman F. Blake
37
Linguistic Reality of Middle English
Jacek Fisiak
47
II. Phonology and Writing
Old English Stress: Amorphous?
Fran Colman
65
The Great Vowel Shift Revisited
Trinidad Guzman
81
Towards a Standard Written English? Continuity and change in the orthographic usage of John Capgrave, O.S.A. (1393–1464)
Peter G. Lucas
91
On the Writing of the History of Standard English
Laura Wright
105
III. Morphology and Syntax
Grammatical Choices in Old and Early Middle English: A choice between a simple verb, the prefix/particle-verb or verb-particle combination, and the “auxiliary + infinitive” construction in Old and early Middle English
Michiko Ogura
119
Subject Extraction in English: The use of the that-complementizer
Gunnar Bergh and Aimo Seppänen
131
The Modals Again in the Light of Historical and Cross-Linguistic Evidence
Juan Manuel de la Cruz
145
OE and ME Multiple Negation: Some syntactic and stylistic remarks
Gabriella Mazzon
157
ø-relatives with Antecedent @ and Free Relatives in OE and ME
Concha Castillo
171
Be vs. Have with Intransitives in Early Modern English
Merja Kytö
179
Infinitive Marking in Early Modern English
Teresa Fanego
191
IV Lexicology and Semantics
Dog — Man’s Best Friend: A study in historical lexicology
Lilo Moessner
207
Emotions in the English Lexicon: A historical study of a lexical field
Hans-Jürgen Diller
219
The Scandinavian Element in the Vocabulary of the Peterborough Chronicle
Veronika Kniezsa
235
Productive or Non-productive? The Romance element in Middle English derivation
Christiane Dalton-Puffer
247
Remarks on the Origin and Evolution of Abbreviations and Acronyms
Félix Rodríguez González and Garland Cannon
261
“Ase roser when hit redes”: Semantic shifts and cultural overtones in the Middle English colour lexicon
Nicola Pantaleo
273
V. Varieties of English and Studies on Individual Texts
Prototype Categories and Variation Studies
Helena Raumolin-Brunberg
287
What does the Jungle of Middle English Manuscripts Tell Us? On ME words for ‘every’ and ‘each’ with special reference to their many variants
Leena Kahlas-Tarkka
305
Ladies and gentlemen: the generalization of titles in early modern English
Terttu Nevalainen
317
On the revolution of scientific writings from 1375 to 1675: repertoire of emotive features
Irma Taavitsainen
329
Multiple authorship of the OE Orosius
Sakari Louhivaara
343
“After a copye unto Me Delyverd”: multiple negation in Malory’s Morte Darthur
Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade
353
VI. Indexes
Index nominum
367
Index rerum
373
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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