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Tue Dec 22 1998

TOC: American Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 10.1

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  1. Joseph C. Salmons, American Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 10.1

Message 1: American Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 10.1

Date: Sun, 20 Dec 1998 07:28:30 -0600
From: Joseph C. Salmons <jsalmonsfacstaff.wisc.edu>
Subject: American Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 10.1


The American Journal of Germanic Linguistics, 10.1, has been mailed to
subscribers. It contains:

ARTICLES
Simplifying Latin in Notker's classroom: Tradition and innovation
by Anna A. Grotans

The future of _for to_
by Elly van Gelderen

The attributive genitive in Early New High German: A semantic analysis
by Ruth Lunt Lanouette

DISCUSSION NOTE
Some thoughts on Konrad Koerner's "Einar Haugen as a historian of linguistics"
by Tom Markey

OBITUARY
Daniel T. Brink, Jr.	(1940-1997)
by Karen L. Adams & Robert Bjork

REVIEW ARTICLE
Soziolinguistik or sociolinguistics: Can the great divide be bridged? P.
Stevenson, ed., _The German language and the real world_
Reviewed by Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain & Rosina Lippi-Green

REVIEWS
C. Fortmann, _Konstituentenbewegung in der DP-Struktur_
Reviewed by Holden Hrtl

R. L. Lippi-Green & J. C. Salmons, eds., _Germanic linguistics_
Reviewed by Orrin W. Robinson

L. Wright, _Sources of London English_
Reviewed by Willard James Rusch

M. Clyne, ed., _Undoing and redoing corpus planning_
Reviewed by Roland Willemyns

For more information (including the ToC of 10.2, now in production), please
visit our web site: http://www.germanic.ohio-state.edu/sgp/.
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