By Anne Curzan PhD, Kimberly Emmons
The amount includes chosen papers from the SHEL-2 convention held on the collage of Washington in Spring 2002. students from North the United States and Europe handle a huge spectrum of study themes in ancient English linguistics, together with new theories/methods similar to Optimality conception and corpus linguistics, and standard fields akin to phonology and syntax. In all the 4 sections — Philology and linguistics; Corpus- and text-based reports; Constraint-based experiences; and Dialectology — top students reply on to each one other's arguments in the quantity. the amount captures an ongoing dialog on the center of historic English linguistics: the query of facts and old reconstruction.
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86-153. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Oakden, J. P. 1930, 1935/1968 Alliterative Poetry in Middle English. The Dialectal and Metrical Survey, Archon Books. [Originally published 1930, 1935, reprint 1968] Offord, Μ. Y. ) 1967 Reprint. The Parlement of the Thre Ages. EETS No. 246. London: Oxford University Press, 1959. Orchard, Andy 1997 Tradition. ), 101-123. /New York: Cambridge University Press. The Oxford English Dictionary 1989 2d ed. J. A. Simpson and E. S. C. ). 20 vols. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
See Offord (1959 : xxvi). After 1974 the West Riding was distributed administratively among parts of the areas of Greater Manchester, South Yorkshire, and West Yorkshire and parts of four counties: North Yorkshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, and Humberside); and the City (and County) of York. The date of the original is uncertain. It is estimated between 1352 and about 1390, with a date before 1370 being "more probable" (Offord, op. cit: xxxvi). 34. ' 35. My examples are collected from the electronic version of SGGK made available through the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library; the edition scanned is Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, 2nd ed.
The re-development of a contrast for some southern speakers in the sixteenth and seventeenth century was motivated by external factors such as literacy, prestige, dialect borrowing, and word frequency. The philological facts provide good testing material for a surface-oriented, functionalist theory of phonological change based on principles currently explored by Optimality Theory. By adding alliterative data to the history of one specific sound change, I hope to have shown how philological work can serve theory and, in turn, how theory can revitalize philology.
Studies in the History of the English Language II: Unfolding Conversations by Anne Curzan PhD, Kimberly Emmons