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Message 1: Multilingua 16: 4 (1997)

Date: Wed, 18 Feb 1998 21:28:51 +0100 (MET)
From: Christoph Eyrich <eyrichzedat.fu-berlin.de>
Subject: Multilingua 16: 4 (1997)

			 MULTILINGUA
		 Journal of Cross-Cultural and 
		 Interlanguage Communication

			 Volume 16-4 (1997)

 Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


 			 SPECIAL ISSUE

 Language contact through trade in the late Middle Ages:
	 Middle Low German and other north European languages

 Edited by Laura Wright and Ernst Hakon Jahr

 Mouton de Gruyter * Berlin * New York


Laura Wright and 
Ernst Hakon Jahr Preface

James Milroy Internal vs external motivations for 
 linguistic change

Ernst Hakon Jahr New perspectives on the language contact 
 between Middle Low German and mainland 
 Scandinavian in the late Middle Ages, and 
 about a footnote on mixed languages which 
 gave rise to a `detective story'

Laura Wright The records of Hanseatic merchants: 
 lgnorant, sleepy or degenerate?

Harry C. B. Perridon Is the definite article in Jutlandic 
 a borrowing from Low German?

Kurt Braunmueller Communication strategies in the area 
 of the Hanseatic League: The approach 
 by semi-communication

Rolf H. Bremmer, Jr. Bad Frisian and bad Low German: Interference 
 in the writings of a medieval West Frisian

Muriel Norde Middle Low German-Middle Scandinavian language 
 contact and morphological simplification


Book Reviews
Announcements
Publications received
Contents Volume 16 (1997)
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