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Fri Dec 6 2002

TOC: English Language and Linguistics, 6/2 (2002)

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Message 1: English Language and Linguistics, Vol 6 No 2 (2002)

Date: Fri, 06 Dec 2002 05:24:58 +0000
From: sarah <sarahsarahnichols.com>
Subject: English Language and Linguistics, Vol 6 No 2 (2002)


Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume Number: 6
Issue Number: 2
Issue Date: Nov 2002


Main text:
			
On the presence or absence of the conjunction �aet in Old English,
with special reference to dependent sentences containing a gif-clause
Norihiko Otsu
 
Politeness and modal meaning in the construction of humiliative
discourse in an early eighteenth-century network of
patron-client relationships
Susan Fitzmaurice
 
Variable ambisyllabicity
Graeme Trousdale

English do: on the convergence of languages and linguists
Johan van der Auwera, Inge Genee
 
Subject control and coreference in Early Modern English free adjuncts
and absolutes
Carmen R�o-Rey

The origin of Definite Article Reduction in northern English dialects:
evidence from dialect allomorphy
Mark J. Jones

Mental space embeddings, counterfactuality, and the use of unless
Barbara Dancygier

Book Review 
 
Douglas Biber, Stig Johansson, Geoffrey Leech, Susan Conrad and Edward
Finegan, Longman grammar of spoken and written English. London:
Longman, 1999. Hardback GBP 69. Pp. xii + 1,204. ISBN 0 582 23725 4.
Manfred Krug
 
April McMahon, Lexical phonology and the history of
English. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Pp. xi +
309. Hardback GBP 42.50. ISBN 0 521 47280 6.
Charles Jones
 
Heinz J. Giegerich, Lexical strata in English: morphological causes,
phonological effects. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
1999. Pp. ix + 329. Hardback GBP 47.50, ISBN 0 521 55412 8.
Francis Katamba
 
Olga Fischer, Anette Rosenbach and Dieter Stein (eds.), Pathways of
change: grammaticalization in English. Amsterdam and Philadelphia:
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2000. Pp. x + 391. Hardback $105,
ISBN 90 272 3056 0 (Eur.), 1 55619 939 2 (US).
Juhani Rudanko
 
Leslie K. Arnovick, Diachronic pragmatics: seven case studies in
English illocutionary development. Pragmatics & Beyond New Series
68. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company,
1999. Pp. 191. ISBN 90 272 5083 9 (Europe), 1 55619 946 5 (US).
Minna Palander-Collin

Manfred G. Krug, Emerging English modals: a corpus-based study of
grammaticalization. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter,
2000. Pp. xv + 332. DM148, ISBN 3 11 016654 2.
Sali A. Tagliamonte

Paul Foulkes and Gerard Docherty (eds.), Urban voices: accent studies
in the British Isles. London: Arnold, 1999. Pp. 313. Paperback
GBP 17.99, ISBN 0 340 70608 2. Published in the USA by Oxford University
Press, New York.
Patrick Honeybone
			
Lingfield(s): General Linguistics
			 



			
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