Old and Middle English Language Studies

A classified bibliography 1923–1985

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Since the publication of Kennedy's monumental Bibliography of Writings on the English Language, no bibliography has systematically surveyed the Old and Middle English scholarship accumulated over the past 60 years. Tajima's work aims to meet the need for an updated bibliography of Old and Middle English language studies; it lists books, monographs, dissertations, articles, notes, and reviews on Old and Middle English language. The items have been listed into fourteen fairly broad categories: (1) Bibliographies, (2) Dictionaries, glossaries and concordances, (3) Histories of the English language, (4) Grammars (historical, Old English and Middle English), (5) General and miscellaneous studies, (6) Language of individual authors or works, (7) Orthography and punctuation, (8) Phonology and phonetics, (9) Morphology, (10) Syntax, (11) Lexicology, lexicography and word-formation, (12) Onomastics, (13) Dialectology, (14) Stylistics.
[Library and Information Sources in Linguistics, 13]  1988.  xxxii, 391 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
XI
Abbreviations
XV
Bibliographies
1
Dictionaries, Concordances, and Glossaries
13
Histories of the English Language
25
Grammars
39
General and Miscellaneous
53
Language of Individual Authors or Works
67
Orthography and Punctuation
77
Phonology and Phonetics
85
Morphology
119
Syntax
133
Lexicology, Lexicography, and Work-Formation
199
Onomastics
313
Dialectology
337
Stylistics
347
Index of Names
357
“...it will immediately take its place on the scholar's bookshelf...”
“...the book will be widely welcomed and much used by Old and Middle English scholars...”
“It is obviously a book which scholars in the field have needed and which they will use with gratitude.”
“...it is exceptionally full in its coverage and has been compiled with exemplary care, and it will certainly prove an essential work of reference...”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  88010429