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LINGUIST List 21.1108

Sat Mar 06 2010

Books: Historical Linguistics: Grimm

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        1.    Daniel Davies, Geschichte der deutschen Sprache 2 Volume Set: Grimm

Message 1: Geschichte der deutschen Sprache 2 Volume Set: Grimm
Date: 03-Mar-2010
From: Daniel Davies <ddaviescambridge.org>
Subject: Geschichte der deutschen Sprache 2 Volume Set: Grimm
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Title: Geschichte der deutschen Sprache 2 Volume Set
Published: 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
                http://us.cambridge.org

Author: Jacob Grimm
Paperback: ISBN: 9781108006637 Pages: Price: U.K. £ 50.00
Paperback: ISBN: 9781108006637 Pages: Price: U.S. $ 76.00
Abstract:

Jacob Grimm (1785-1863) became a household name around the world through
the collections of fairy tales he compiled with his brother Wilhelm.
Jacob's specialism was the history of the German language, which he studied
in the broader context of Indo-European philology. Others working in this
burgeoning field included the older scholar Rasmus Rask and Grimm's
contemporary Franz Bopp (also published in this series). Grimm's two-volume
Geschichte der deutschen Sprache, reissued here, was first published in
1848. It is noteworthy especially for the chapter on the major sound shift
now known as Grimm's Law or die erste deutsche Lautverschiebung, which sets
out regular mappings between Germanic consonants and those found in earlier
Indo-European languages, such as English father and Latin pater. The book
also contains a wealth of comparative material on phonology, vocabulary and
grammar within Germanic and across the Indo-European spectrum.

Volume I: Preface; 1. Zeitalter und Sprachen; 2. Hirten und Ackerbauer; 3.
Das Vieh; 4. Die Falkenjagd; 5. Ackerbau; 6. Feste und Monate; 7. Glaube
Recht Sitte; 8. Einwanderung; 9. Thraker und Geten; 10. Skythien; 11.
Urverwandtschaft; 12. Vocalismus; 13. Die Spiration; 14. Die Liquation; 15.
Die Stummen; 16. Die Lautabstufung; 17. Die Lautverschiebung; 18. Die
Gothen; 19. Die Hochdeutschen; 20. Die Franken; Volume II: 21. Die Hessen
und Bataven; 22. Hermunduren; 23. Die Niederdeutschen; 24. Friesen und
Chauken; 25; Langobarden und Burgunden; 26. Die Übringen Oststämme; 27.
Scandinavien; 28. Die Edda; 29. Germanen und Deutsche; 30. Rückblick; 31.
Deutsche Dialekte; 32. Der Ablaut; 33. Die Reduplication; 34. Schwache
Verba; 35. Verschobnes Praeteritum; 36. Die Vocale der Declination; 37. Der
Instrumentalis; 38. Schwache Nomina; 39. Der dualis; 40. Recht und Link;
41. Milch und Fleisch; 42. Schluss.


Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics

Subject Language(s): German, Standard (deu)
Language Family(ies): Germanic
                            Indo-European

Written In: English (eng )

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