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Historiographia Linguistica
Vol. 17:3 (1990) ► pp. 421426
List of writings, 1953–1990

List of writings, 1953–1990

1953
 “Elizabethan Travellers in Rome”. English Micellany: A Symposium of History, Literature, and the Arts ed. by Mario Praz, 95–132. Rome: Edizioni di Storia Letteratura (for the British Council).Google Scholar
1959
 “Two Notes on Giuseppe Baretti in England”. Annali dell’Università di Napoli (Sezione germanica) 2.239–263. Naples.Google Scholar
1965
Dall’antico al medio inglese, 1100–1500. Napoli: Liguori, 196 pp.Google Scholar
1966
La traduzione letteraria inglese. Ibid., 177 pp. (A 2nd revised ed. was published under the new title of Avviamento alla traduzione, ibid. 1978.)Google Scholar
1967a
 (Together with E. Chinol.) Narratori italiani in inglese / Narratori italiani in italiano. 2 vols. Napoli: Liguori, 394 pp. in all.Google Scholar
1967b
 (Together with E. Chinol.) Essential Patterns of English. Ibid., 275 pp.Google Scholar
1967c
The Heritage of Britain and the United States. Ibid., 354 pp.Google Scholar
1968a
 (Together with E. Chinol.) English Life and Customs. Ibid., 144 pp.Google Scholar
1968b
 “Aspetti della questione della lingua nell’Inghilterra del Settecento: La ricerca di uno standard”. Filologia e Letteratura, 3–28. Napoli: Luigi Loffredo.Google Scholar
1968c
Storia della lingua inglese.(= Le lingue e le civiltà straniere, [unnumbered].) Napoli: Liguori, 195 pp.; ill. (2nd ed. revised 1982.)Google Scholar
1969
 (Together with E. Chinol.) Essentials of British and American Civilization. Ibid., 136 pp.Google Scholar
1974
 (Together with E. Chinol & A. Borrelli), comps. Dictionary: English-Italian / Italian-English. Novara: De Agostini, 2,216 pp.Google Scholar
1976/1977
 “I primi grammatici inglesi, 1506–1688”. Studi Inglesi Nos.3–4, 411–457. Bari: Adriatica.Google Scholar
1978
 “Gli errori di pronuncia, ovvero, vale veramente la pena di perdere tempo ad insegnare una pronuncia corretta?”. Atti del I Congresso Nazionale dell’Associazione Italina di Anglistica, Roma, 27–28–29 aprile 1978 (= Annali; Sezione germanica 21:1–2), 399–409. Napoli: Univ. di Napoli.Google Scholar
1979a
Segno e significato: John Wilkins e la lingua filosofica. (= Esperienze, 59.) Napoli: Guida, 246 pp. [Cf. review notice in Historiographia Linguistica 7:3.417 (1980).]Google Scholar
1979b
 (Together with E. Chinol). In Britain Today. Napoli: Liguori, 142 pp.Google Scholar
1981
 “La lingua filosofica di John Wilkins: Un tentativo seicentesco di costruire una semantica generale”. Lessico e Semantica: Atti del XII Congresso Internazionale di Studi, Sorrento, 19–21 maggio 1978 ed. by Federico Albano Leoni & Nicola De Blasi, 47–56. Roma: Bulzoni.Google Scholar
1982
 “La fonologia contrastiva: Dalla teoria all’applicazione pratica”. La lingua inglese nell’università: Linee di ricerca, espierenze, proposte, 226–239. Bari: Adriatica. [Paper from a workshop held at the Terzo Congresso Nazionale dell’As-sociazone Italiana di Anglistica, Bari, 18–20 Oct. 1980.]
1983
 “The First Italian Grammars of the English Language”. Historiographia Linguistica 10:1/2.25–61.Google Scholar
1984a
 “La riflessione linguistica nel’700 inglese”. Belfagor 39:5.565–576.Google Scholar
1984b
 “La prova di traduzione rivisitata”. Richerche Interdisciplinari di Glottodidattica 4.51–65 (Jan.-April 1984) Padova.Google Scholar
1984c
 “The Perception of English by Italian Speakers: An essay in contrastive phonology”. SILTA: Studi Italiani di Linguistica Teorica e Applicata 13:2/3.301–335 (1985 for 1984) [A second, revised version of the paper listed under 1982.]Google Scholar
1985a
 “Linguistic Theory and the Doctrine of Usage in George Campbell’s Philosophy of Rhetoric ”. Lingua e Stile 20:2.199–216. [Paper originally presented at the Third International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, held in Sheffield, England, 27–30 March 1983.]
1985b
 “The Structure of the Verb Phrase in Early Modern English”. Paper given at the 4th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, Amsterdam, 11–13 April 1985, but not published in the proceedings.
1985c
 “The Rise of do-Support in Early Modern English: A reappraisal”. Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 10.1–21; tables (22–29). Tenerifa, Spain: Depto. de Inglés, Univ. de La Laguna.Google Scholar
1985d
 “Historical Linguistics vs. The History of Linguistics”. Paper delivered at the Second Annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society, Oxford, 2–5 September 1985. Unpublished.
1986a
 “The Study of Language during the Scottish Enlightenment: Campbell, Beattie and Blair”. Public seminar given at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities of the University of Edinburgh,. September 1986. Unpublished.
1986b
 “James Hutton’s Theory of Phonetics”. Paper read at the Third Annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society held at Oxford, 3–6 September 1986. Unpublished.
1987a
 “Rhetoric and Linguistic Theory during the Scottish Enlightenment”. Public seminar held in Aachen on 4 June 1987.Google Scholar
1987b
 Review of Sir Gawain e il Cavaliere Verde ed. by Piero Boitani, with a contribution by Anada K. Coomarasway (Milan: Adelphi 1986) Belfagor 42:4 (31 July 1987), p.l89.Google Scholar
1987c
 “Aspects of Language: Campbell, Blair, Beattie, and the Scottish Enlightenment Thinkers”. Paper given at the Third International Scottish Studies Symposium held in Mainz, Germany, 9–12 June 1987. Unpublished.
1987d
 “Monboddo and the Question of Language Origins during the Scottish Enlightenment”. Paper prepared for the 4th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS IV), held in Trier, Germany, on 24–27 August 1987. Unpublished. [Summary printed in ICHoLS IV Trier 24.-27. August 1987 – Handbuch, p.[57]; paper not presented at the Conference. See 1988a (below).]
1988a
 “Lord Monboddo e l’origine del linguaggio”. Belfagor 43:4.440–451. [This is a shortened and simplified version of the paper listed as 1987d.]Google Scholar
1988b
 “Attitudes towards the English Language in the 18th Century”. Paper read at the Convegno Nazionale di Studi della lingua inglese ‘La Lingua Inglese Ieri e Oggi / English Past and Present’, in Bari, Italy, on 26 April 1988. (To be published in a volume ed. by Nicola Pantaleo & Lucia Sinisi, Bari: Schena.)
1988c
 “Synchrony vs. Diachrony of Saussure 75 Years After”. Paper read at the sequel to the Convegno Nazionale di Studi Storia della lingua inglese held in Naples, 28–29 April 1988. (To be published at the same place.) [The conference was organized by Thomas Frank and Silvana La Ranā.]
1989a
 Review of Prospettive di storia della linguistica Lingua linguaggio comunicazione sociale, a cura di Lia Formigari e Franco Lo Piparo; Prefazione di Tullio De Mauro (Roma: Editori Riuniti 1988) Historiographia Linguistica 16:3.379–387.Google Scholar
1989b
 “On Lexical Innovation”. Textus 2.113–140. Genova: Tilgher. [This paper had been prepared for the 9th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, held at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J., in August 1989, but which the author was unable to attend.]
1989c
Introduzione allo studio della lingua inglese. Bologna: Il Mulino, 327 pp.Google Scholar
1989d
 (Together with G. Cortese, L. Curti, M. Vitale, L. Di Michele & T. Kemeny), ed. X Congresso Nazionale dell’Associazione Italiana di Anglistica “Il Muro del Linguaggio: Conflitto e Tragedia”, Sorrento (Italy), 29–30 ottobre 1987. Napoli: Istituto Universitario Orientale.Google Scholar
1989e
 “James Hutten’s Phonetics and His Geology”. Paper presented at the Colloqium “Die Beziehungen zwischen den Geowissenschaften und der Sprachwissenschaft im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert” held in Bad Homburg, Taunus, Germany, on 2–5 Oct. 1989. Unpublished.
1990a
 “Hugh Blair’s Theory of the Origin and Basic Functions of Language”. Papers from the 5th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics ed. by Sylvia Adamson, Vivien A. Law, Nigel Vincent & Susan Wright, 165–187. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. [The paper had been given in Cambridge, England, in early April 1987.]Google Scholar
1990b
 “Lexical Innovation in Early Modern English: Language standardization in 18th-century Scotland”. Paper prepared for the 6th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics held in Helsinki, Finland, 22–26 May 1990. Unpublished.
1990c
 “A 17th Century Approach to Linguistic Universals: John Wilkins’ An Essay Towards a Real Character and a Philosophical Language ”. Unpublished paper intended for the Colloquium immediately following the ICHoLS V Conference held in Galway, September 1990, which took place at St. Peter’s College in Oxford, 8th-11th September 1990, and was entitled “John Wilkins (1614–72): Language, religion and science in the seventeenth century” and organized under the auspices of the Henry Sweet Society for the History of Linguistic Ideas.
1990d
 “Attitudes to Language Change and Language History in 18th-Century Scotland”. Paper prepared for the 5th International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHoLS V), held in Galway, Ireland 1–6 Sept. 1990. Unpublished.
To appear Together with Nicola Pantaleo). “Preface”. Volume of selected papers read at the First National Conference on the History of the English Language, held in Bari on 26 April 1988, and, subsequently, in Naples on 28–29 April 1988. Bari: Schena.
To appear? Approcci linguistici al testo”. Presentation made at the 7th ‘Colloquio Napoli-Dusseldorf held in Naples on 28–30 September 1989. Unpublished.
To appear Wilkins’ Natural Grammar: The verb phrase”. John Wilkins and 17th-Century British Linguistics ed. by Joseph L. Subbiondo 263 275 Amsterdam & Philadelphia John Benjamins forthcoming
To appear. Biographical entries on James Beattie (1735–1803), Hugh Blair (1718–1800), and George Campbell (1719–1796) to appear in Lexicon Gram-maticorum ed. by Harro Stammerjohann. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer.Google Scholar