New Studies in Latin Linguistics

Proceedings of the 4th International Colloquium on Latin Linguistics, Cambridge, April 1987

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| Emmanuel College, Cambridge
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The 29 papers in this volume cover a wide variety of topics, ranging from the Glottalic Theory and Lachmann's Law to the hermeneutic analysis of text-structure in Tacitus' Germania. The volume focuses on three themes specifically: the morphology and semantics of lexical formation; the internal and external syntax of the noun phrase; and the pragmatics of textual cohesion. The papers are descriptive rather than historical in approach, and most of the contributors are Latinists by training. For this reason the volume will be of interest not only for philologists and general linguists but also for those working with the Latin language.
[Studies in Language Companion Series, 21]  1990.  x, 480 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Robert Coleman
vii
I. Phonology
Lachmann's Law in the light of the glottalic theory of Pie consonantism
Philip Baldi
3
Probable substratum features in the expansion of Republican Latin: the phonological aspect
Haiim B. Rosén
23
Vocalis ante uocalem: corripitur an distrahitur?
José-Luis Moralejo
35
II. Lexical Morphology and Semantics
Lexical consequences of a phonetic law: (*eye > ē) in Latin verbs
Alain Christol
49
The structure of the signifié: the usefulness and limitations of analysis into relevant features (with applications to Latin)
Claude Moussy
63
Complex lexical units in Latin
Michele Fruyt
75
Grammatical-converting and semantically mutating word-formation in the Latin lexicon
Hannah Rosén
93
Syntax, morphology and semantics in the structuring of the Latin lexicon, as illustrated in the -lis derivatives
Chantal Kircher-Durand
111
The lexical system of intersubjective and intrasubjective relationships
Benjamín García-Hernández
129
Réflexions sur magnanimus et quelques composés de ce type (structure, sens, portée stylistique)
Léon Nadjo
151
Promisi per iocum
Françoise Létoublon
163
The formation of Latin technical vocabulary with special reference to medicine
David R. Langslow
187
The Latin nominal group in typological perspective
Christian Lehmann
203
Adjectif et syntagme nominal
Christian Touratier
233
Structure morpho-sémantique de l'adjectif latin: la présence de l' absent.
Paulo de Carvalho
251
The three modifiers of the Latin NP
Marius Lavency
269
The genitive with verbal nouns in Latin: a functional analysis.
María Esperanza Torrego
281
Reflections on the gerund and gerundive
Elseline Vester
295
Latin noun/gen./adj. serialization and language universals
Charles Elerick
311
Latin prepositional syntax in Indo-European perspective
Robert Coleman
323
IV. Miscellaneous Syntax And Semantics
Est-il possible d'attribuer à la phrase nominale un domaine linguistique?
Charles Guiraud
341
On the interpretation of generic statements in Latin
Claudia Casadio and Anna Orlandini
349
V. Textual Cohesion
Word order patterns of excipere in the sense of “to follow after.”
Maria E. Hoffmann
367
Nominal anaphora, text, argumentation (from Plautus to Cicero)
Huguette Fugier
381
Passive, perspective and textual cohesion
Rodie Risselada
401
On the grammatical subject in Late Latin
Joseph Herman
415
Causally related predications and the choice between parataxis and hypotaxis in Latin
A. Machtelt Bolkestein
427
The role of displacement in narrative prose
D. Pennell Ross
453
Towards a new hermeneutic analysis? Prolegomena to a text-structural analysis of Latin texts, illustrated from Tacitus' Germania
Ernst Heilig
467
Index
475
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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