Language Form and Linguistic Variation

Papers dedicated to Angus McIntosh

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The papers in this volume celebrate the work of Angus McIntosh, who specialized in dialects of Later Middle English, and wrote on other topics in English linguistics as well. Of the papers in this volume most deal with English and a few with other subjects in (historical) dialectology.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 15]  1982.  viii, 496 pp.
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Table of Contents
Dedicatory preface
v
Lemmatization — the case of ‘Catalpa’
Frederic G. Cassidy
1
Marking and frequency in the english verb
John C. Catford
11
Complements and humours
Bridget Cusack
29
Problems in dyirbal dialectology
R.M.W. Dixon
43
The phonological representation of the welsh mutations
Colin J. Ewen
75
Has every sentence a theme and a rheme?
Jan Firbas
97
Isophones or isographs? A problem in historical dialectology
Jacek Fisiak
117
The de-automization of meaning: from Priestley’s ‘An inspector calls’
M.A.K. Halliday †
129
‘Thwaite’
Eric P. Hamp
161
Rhymes and reasons, the practice of two poets
Archibald A. Hill
169
two geminate consonants in old english?
Richard M. Hogg
187
Borrow, calgue and switch: The law of the english frontier
Donald Macaulay
203
The stylistic analysis of poetic texts: Owen’s ‘Futility’ and Davie’s ‘the garden party’
Norman Macleod
239
Old english Man ‘One’: two notes
Bruce Mitchell
277
Simplifying the grammar of english
Wayne O’Neil
285
Verbal aspect: a slavonic-english comparison
Ivan Poldauf
307
Communicative needs in the learning and use of english
John B. Pride
321
Supplementing corpus elicitation
Randolph Quirk and Jan Rusiecki
379
Latin for old english in anglo-saxon manuscripts
Fred C. Robinson
395
Wh- and Yes/no questions: Charles butler’s grammar (1633) and the history of a linguistic concept
Vivian Salmon
401
Some aspects of the history of the Be+ing construction
Barbara M.H. Strang
427
A note on the indefinite article
James P. Thorne
475
Written language as a heterogeneous system
Josef Vachek
485
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  82226480