Journal of Historical Pragmatics

Volume 9, Issue 1 (2008)

2008.  176 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
“You belly-guilty bag” Insulting epithets in Old English
Don Chapman
1–19
Linguistic nationalism in nineteenth-century Hungary: Reconstructing a linguistic ideology
Péter Maitz
20–47
Coping with Stalinist panegyrics: A semantic and pragmatic analysis of a Czech text
Karen Gammelgaard
48–70
From proper name to primary interjection: The case of gee!
Elke Gehweiler
71–88
From a spatial to a subjective framework: The semantic and pragmatic change of ni-marked NPs in Japanese discourse
Misumi Sadler
94–139
Linguistic politeness in Anglo-Saxon England? A study of Old English address terms
Thomas Kohnen
140–158
Reviews
Review of Nevalainen (2006): An Introduction to Early Modern English
Reviewed by Elspeth Jajdelska
159–160
Review of Taavitsainen, Pahta, Mäkinen & Hickey (2005): Middle English Medical Texts
Reviewed by Thomas Kohnen
161–163
Review of Dascal, Racionero & Cardoso (2006): Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. The Art of Controversies
Reviewed by Gerd Fritz
164–170
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