Special Issue of Journal of Historical Pragmatics Volume 10:2 (2009)
| Lancaster University
[Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 10:2] 2009. 145 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Historical sociopragmatics: An introductionJonathan Culpeper | pp. 179–186
Structures and expectations: A systematic analysis of Margaret Paston’s formulaic and expressive languageJohanna L. Wood | pp. 187–214
The sociopragmatics of a lovers’ spat: The case of the eighteenth-century courtship letters of Mary Pierrepont and Edward WortleySusan M. Fitzmaurice | pp. 215–237
Altering distance and defining authority: Person reference in Late Modern EnglishMinna Nevala | pp. 238–259
Variation and change in patterns of self-reference in early English correspondenceMinna Palander-Collin | pp. 260–285
Identifying key sociophilological usage in plays and trial proceedings (1640–1760): An empirical approach via corpus annotationDawn Archer and Jonathan Culpeper | pp. 286–309
Leslie K. Arnovick. Written Reliquaries: The Resonance of Orality in Medieval English TextsReviewed by Lea T. Olsan | pp. 311–313
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