Dialogues in Diachrony: Celebrating Historical Corpora of Speech-related Texts
Special issue of the Journal of Historical Pragmatics 19:2 (2018)
[Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 19:2] 2018. v, 141 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
IntroductionMerja Kytö & Terry Walker | pp. 161–166
Lexical bundles from one century to the next: An analysis of language input in English teaching textsRachel Allan | pp. 167–185
“Heav’n bess you, my Dear”: Using the ESDD corpus to investigate address terms in historical drama dialogueLinnéa Anglemark | pp. 186–204
Impression management in the Early Modern English courtroomDawn Archer | pp. 205–222
Now in the historical courtroom: Users and functionsClaudia Claridge | pp. 223–242
Affirmatives in Early Modern English: Yes, yea and ayJonathan Culpeper | pp. 243–264
Beyond speech representation: Describing and evaluating speech in Early Modern English prose fictionPeter J. Grund | pp. 265–285
Ere and before in English historical corpora, with special reference to the Corpus of English DialoguesMatti Rissanen | pp. 286–301
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