LINGUIST List 8.1498

Fri Oct 17 1997

Qs: Anne Fisher, Old English

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  1. ATL, Searching Anne Fisher
  2. Sylvie Hanote, free indirect speech in old English

Message 1: Searching Anne Fisher

Date: Thu, 16 Oct 1997 22:45:45 +0100
From: ATL <atorresl.vwcanariasnexo.es>
Subject: Searching Anne Fisher

Hello, I have been searching information about language education in
Eighteenth century in Great Britain and I have found the name Anne Fisher.
She is the author of several books ,written during that century, dealing
with the teaching of English. She includes aspects such as grammar,
spelling, reading or writing. I'd like to know how I can find out if there
is any book/author that has investigated her and her work. Thank you in
advance for your interest and your help.


Maria Esther Rodriguez Gil
atorresl.vwcanariasnexo.es
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Message 2: free indirect speech in old English

Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 11:18:30 +0000
From: Sylvie Hanote <Sylvie.Hanotecri.univ-poitiers.fr>
Subject: free indirect speech in old English

I'm preparing a PhD on "reported speech". I try to find examples of free
indirect speech in Old English. Could anybody send me some examples if they
know some ? Thank you very much in adance.
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