Recent Developments in Germanic Linguistics

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These are selected papers from the Second Annual Michigan/Berkeley Germanic Linguistics Roundtable held in April of 1991 at Ann Arbor. Topics include the evolution of the gender system, the delineation of the relative clause in historical texts, and language as a political tool in the new Europe.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 93]  1992.  xii, 163 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
ix
Contributors
xi
The Rôle of Language in European Nationalisms: A comparative study with particular reference to the German-speaking area
J. Stephen Barbour
1
Southern Middle English hise and the Question of Pronominal Transfer in Language Contact
Anthony F. Buccini
11
Flemings, Brabanders and Hollanders in the Urban Melting Pot: Development of the northern Dutch vernacular in the 17th century
Robert B. Howell
33
Germanic, Northwest-Indo-European and Pre-Indo-European Substrates
Edgar C. Polomé
47
Old High German n u
Mary Michele Wauchope
57
Subject and Reflexive in Old Icelandic
Thomas W. Juntune
69
The Evolution of Gender Assignment from OHG to NHG
Joseph C. Salmons
81
Split Intransitivity in German and Dutch: Semantic and pragmatic parameters
Thomas F. Shannon
97
Language Contact and the Relationship of Form and Meaning in English and German
Mark L. Louden
115
Subject-object and Coordinate Asymmetries and the Syntactic Structure of German
John R. te Velde
127
Relativization Strategies in Early New High German: An empirical approach
Monika R. Dressler
141
Index of Names and Authors
157
Index of Subjects
161
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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