English Historical Syntax and Morphology

Selected papers from 11 ICEHL, Santiago de Compostela, 7–11 September 2000

Volume 1

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| University of Santiago de Compostela
| University de Vigo
| University de Vigo
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This volume offers a selection of papers from the Eleventh International Conference on English Historical Linguistics held at the University of Santiago de Compostela. From the rich programme (over 130 papers were given during the conference), the present twelve papers were carefully selected to reflect the state of current research in the fields of English historical syntax and morphology. Some of the issues discussed are the emergence of viewpoint adverbials in English and German, changes in noun phrase structure from 1650 to the present, the development of the progressive in Scots, the passivization of composite predicates, the loss of V2 and its effects on the information structure of English, the acquisition of modal syntax and semantics by the English verb WANT, or the use of temporal adverbs as attributive adjectives in the Early Modern period. Many of the articles tackle questions of change through the use of methodological tools like computerized corpora. The theoretical frameworks adopted include, among others, grammaticalization theory, Dik’s model of functional grammar, construction grammar and Government & Binding Theory.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 223]  2002.  ix, 297 pp.
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Table of Contents
Addresses
vii
Acknowledgements
ix
Introduction
Teresa Fanego
1–7
Two types of passivization of ‘V+NP+P’ constructions in relation to idiomatization
Minoji Akimoto
9–22
On the development of a friend of mine
Cynthia L. Allen
23–41
Historical shifts in modification patterns with complex noun phrase structures: How long can you go without a verb?
Douglas Biber and Victoria Clark
43–66
Grammaticalization versus lexicalization reconsidered: On the late use of temporal adverbs
Laurel J. Brinton
67–97
The derivation of ornative, locative, ablative, privative and reversative verbs in English: A historical sketch
Dieter Kastovsky
99–109
From gold-gifa to chimney sweep?: Morphological (un)markedness of Modern English agent nouns in a diachronic perspective
Lucia Kornexl
111–129
A path to volitional modality
Manfred G. Krug
131–155
Is it, stylewise or otherwise, wise to use -wise?: Domain adverbials and the history of English -wise
Ursula Lenker
157–180
The loss of the indefinite pronoun man: Syntactic change and information structure
Bettelou Los
181–202
The progressive in Older Scots
Anneli Meurman-Solin
203–229
Detransitivization in the history of English from a semantic perspective
Ruth Möhlig and Monika E. Klages
231–254
Morphology recycled: The Principle of Rhythmic Alternation at work in Early and Late Modern English grammatical variation
Julia Schlüter
255–281
Name index
283–288
Subject index
289–297
“Like its companion volume, this book is scrupulously compiled and edited; it belongs on the shelf of every scholar of English historical linguistics right next to its sister volume.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2002025421