LINGUIST List 14.927

Fri Mar 28 2003

Qs: Ling and Literature, Phonology

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  1. Yuri Tambovtsev, Linguistics and Literature
  2. Charles Hoequist, Jr., Phonology: interword vs. intraword coarticulation

Message 1: Linguistics and Literature

Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 22:53:58 +0600
From: Yuri Tambovtsev <yutambmail.cis.ru>
Subject: Linguistics and Literature

Dear colleagues, 

could you send me the bibliography on the articles dealing with the
occurrence of gerund, participle 1 and verbal noun in the prose and
poetry of British, American, Australian and Canadian authors as the
features of style? Do you think that the frequency of the use of these
grammar forms may show different ways of thinking? Please, write me
to yutambhotmail.com Looking forward to hearing from you soon to
yutambhotmail.com

Yours sincerely,
Yuri Tambovtsev















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Message 2: Phonology: interword vs. intraword coarticulation

Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 09:43:42 +0100
From: Charles Hoequist, Jr. <chcpk.auc.dk>
Subject: Phonology: interword vs. intraword coarticulation

Dear Linguists,

I have been searching without success for empirical studies comparing
within-word and between-word coarticulation. The assumption, when it
is mentioned at all, is that a word boundary weakens or blocks
coarticulation, but I can find little to no measurement data or
perceptual studies (to be specific, one inconclusive conference
paper).

Does anyone have a suggestion where I might go digging?

I will post responses to the list if there is interest.

Thanks in advance,
-Charles Hoequist
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