Mood in the Languages of Europe

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| University of Bochum
| University of Osnabrück
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This book is the first comprehensive survey of mood in the languages of Europe. It gives readers access to a collection of data on mood. Each article presents the mood system of a specific European language in a way that readers not familiar with this language are able to understand and to interpret the data. The articles contain information on the morphology and semantics of the mood system, the possible combinations of tense and mood morphology, and the possible uses of the non-indica­tive mood(s). The papers address the explanation of mood from an empirical and descriptive perspective. This book is of interest to scholars of mood and modality, language contact, and areal linguistics and typology.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 120]  2010.  xvi, 647 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
Björn Rothstein and Rolf Thieroff
ix–x
Preface
Björn Rothstein and Rolf Thieroff
ix–x
Preface
Björn Rothstein and Rolf Thieroff
ix–x
Moods, moods, moods
Rolf Thieroff
1–30
Mood in Icelandic
Halldór Ármann Sigur∂sson
33–55
Mood in Icelandic
Halldór Ármann Sigur∂sson
33–55
Mood in Norwegian
Kristin Melum Eide
56–70
Mood in Swedish
Björn Rothstein
71–84
Mood in Danish
Tanya Karoli Christensen and Lars Heltoft
85–102
Mood in English
Alexander Bergs and Lena Heine
103–116
Mood in Dutch
Ronny Boogaart and Theo Janssen
117–132
Mood in German
Rolf Thieroff
133–154
Part II. Romance
Part II. Romance
Mood in Portuguese
Martin G. Becker
179–197
Mood in Spanish
Brenda Laca
198–220
Mood in Catalan
Josep Quer
221–236
Mood in Italian
Mario Squartini
237–250
Mood in Rumanian
Martin G. Becker
251–270
Part III. Celtic
Part III. Celtic
Mood in Breton
Stephen Hewitt
292–308
Mood in Welsh
Johannes Heinecke
309–322
Mood in Russian
Bjorn Hansen
325–341
Mood in Russian
Bjorn Hansen
325–341
Mood in Polish
Bjorn Hansen
342–357
Mood in Czech and Slovak
Roland Meyer
358–375
Mood in Sorbian
Lenka Scholze
376–393
Mood in Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian
Luka Szucsich
394–408
Mood in Bulgarian and Macedonian
Jouko Lindstedt
409–422
Part V. Baltic
Part V. Baltic
Part VI. Other Indo-European languages
Part VI. Other Indo-European languages
Mood in Greek
Hartmut Haberland
473–491
Mood in Modern Eastern Armenian
Jasmine Dum-Tragut
492–508
Mood in Finnish
Hannu Tommola
511–527
Mood in Finnish
Hannu Tommola
511–527
Mood in Estonian
Helle Metslang and Maria-Maren Sepper
528–550
Mood in Hungarian
Casper de Groot
551–568
Mood in Maltese
Martine Vanhove
571–583
Mood in Maltese
Martine Vanhove
571–583
Mood in Turkish
Astrid Menz
584–602
Mood in Modern Georgian
Winfried Boeder
603–632
Mood in Basque
Martin Haase
633–643
Index
644–647
“The volume is clearly a much needed addition to the growing literature on the typology of TAM systems, especially since Mood has always received the least attention.”
“Mood in the languages of Europe remains an important contribution for the better understanding of modality and irreality. The presentation of examples is basically accurate and reader-friendly, so the book can be recommended as useful reference source.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2010032898