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Mon Mar 25 1996

TOC: American J. of Germanic Linguistics

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Message 1: TOC: American J. of Germanic Linguistics

Date: Mon, 25 Mar 1996 06:48:42 CST
From: Joseph C. Salmons <jsalmonsfacstaff.wisc.edu>
Subject: TOC: American J. of Germanic Linguistics
The American Journal of Germanic Linguistics & Literatures, volume 7,
number 2, is now in press:

Segment organization in the High German consonant shift 111
 by Garry W. Davis & Gregory K. Iverson
Toward a cognitive explanation of perfect auxiliary 129
 variation, by Thomas F. Shannon
The morphological status of Old English ge- 165
 by Tracy A. Crouch
On the grammaticalization of German modals 179
 by Christopher M. Stevens
Revising biblical translation: Luther's lexical choices 207
 by Geoffrey S. Koby
Obituary: Herbert Penzl (1910-1995), by Robert L. Kyes 247
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The American Journal of Germanic Linguistics and Literatures is
published semianually by the Society for Germanic Philology.
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http://www.cohums.ohio-state.edu/german/sgp/
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