English Historical Linguistics 2006

Selected papers from the fourteenth International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (ICEHL 14), Bergamo, 21–25 August 2006

Volume I: Syntax and Morphology

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| University of Bergamo
| University of Bergamo
| University of Bergamo
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The papers selected for this volume were first presented at the 14th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics (Bergamo, 2006). At that important event, alongside studies of phonology, lexis, semantics and dialectology (presented in two companion volumes in this series), many innovative contributions focused on syntax and morphology. A carefully peer-reviewed selection, including one of the plenary lectures, appears here in print for the first time, bearing witness to the quality of the scholarly interest in this field of research. In all the contributions, well-established methods combine with new theoretical approaches in an attempt to shed more light on phenomena that have hitherto remained unexplored, or have only just begun to be investigated. State-of-the-art tools, such as electronic corpora and concordancing software, are employed consistently, ensuring a methodological homogeneity of the contributions.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 295]  2008.  xiv, 259 pp.
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Table of Contents
Foreword
vii–viii
Introduction
Maurizio Gotti, Marina Dossena and Richard Dury
ix–xiv
Part I. Old and Middle English
1
The balance between syntax and discourse in Old English
Ans M.C. van Kemenade, Tanja Milicev and Harald Baayen
3–21
The Old English copula weorðan and its replacement in Middle English
Peter Petré and Hubert Cuyckens
23–48
Verb types and word order in Old and Middle English non-coordinate and coordinate clauses
Kristin Bech
49–67
From locative to durative to focalized? The English progressive and 'PROG imperfective drift'
Kristin Killie
69–88
Gender assignment in Old English
Letizia Vezzosi
89–108
On the position of the OE quantifier eall and PDE all
Tomohiro Yanagi
109–124
On the Post-Finite Misagreement phenomenon in Late Middle English
Richard P. Ingham and Kleanthes K. Grohmann
125–140
Syntactic dialectal variation in Middle English
Cristina Suárez-Gómez
141–156
Particles as grammaticalized complex predicates
Bettelou Los
157–179
Part II. Early and Late Modern English
181
Adverb-marking patterns in Earlier Modern English coordinate constructions
Amanda V. Pounder
183–201
'Tis he, 'tis she, 'tis me, 'tis – I don't know who … cleft and identificational constructions in 16th to 18th century English plays
Claudia Lange and Ursula Schaefer
203–221
Emotion verbs with to-infinitive complements: From specific to general predication
Thomas Egan
223–240
Subjective progressives in seventeenth and eighteenth century English
Svenja Kranich
241–256
Index of subjects & terms
257–259
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2008002770