LINGUIST List 15.1927

Fri Jun 25 2004

Qs: Linguistics/Hypertext; French Mood

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  1. Birgit, (textual) linguistics and hypertext
  2. Jan Lindschouw, The evolution of French mood

Message 1: (textual) linguistics and hypertext

Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 07:17:43 -0400
From: Birgit <B.BextenLET.LEIDENUNIV.NL>
Subject: (textual) linguistics and hypertext


I'm looking for information about (text)linguistic books, artikels,
projects etc. that deal with Hypertext.

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Message 2: The evolution of French mood

Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 16:24:19 +0200
From: Jan Lindschouw <>
Subject: The evolution of French mood

Could anyone tell me if there exists a book or an article written in English
or French describing the evolution of French mood (indicative vs.
subjunctive) from old to modern French. I'm first and foremost interested in
the semantic and syntactic evolution (preferably not the morphological).
Please send the references to <>

Best regards,

Jan Lindschouw

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Jan Lindschouw
Ph.d.-stipendiat / Doctorant
Romansk Institut / Institut d'Etudes Romanes
K�benhavns Universitet / Universit� de Copenhague
Njalsgade 128, byg. 24, 2
2300 K�benhavn S / Copenhague S
Kontor / Bureau: 24.2.50 <>;
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