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Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   21 / 2
Date: 2017
Table of Contents: Special issue on cognitive approaches to the history of English: introduction
by Alexander Bergs, Thomas Hoffmann
pp 193-202

A cognitive approach to alliteration and conceptualization in medieval English literature
by Antonina Harbus
pp 203-219

Conceptual compression and alliterative form – a response to Harbus
by MARK TURNER
pp 221-226

The extravagant progressive: an experimental corpus study on the history of emphatic [be Ving]
by PETER PETRÉ
pp 227-250

The aggregate and the individual: thoughts on what non-alternating authors reveal about linguistic alternations – a response to Petré
by LAUREN FONTEYN
pp 251-262

Connecting the present and the past: cognitive processing and the position of adverbial clauses in Samuel Pepys's Diary
by MEIKE PENTREL
pp 263-282

Connecting the past and the present – a response to Pentrel
by PETER PETRÉ
pp 283-287

‘Insubordination’ in the light of the Uniformitarian Principle
by ELIZABETH TRAUGOTT
pp 289-310

The myth of the complete sentence – a response to Traugott
by ALEXANDER BERGS
pp 311-316

Experimenting on the past: a case study on changing analysability in English ly-adverbs
by HENDRIK SMET, FREEK VELDE
pp 317-340

Text frequency does not correlate with priming sensitivity – a response to De Smet and Van de Velde
by MARTIN HILPERT
pp 341-347

Construction Grammar as Cognitive Structuralism: the interaction of constructional networks and processing in the diachronic evolution of English comparative correlatives
by THOMAS HOFFMANN
pp 349-373

Changing the system from within – a response to Hoffmann
by BERT CAPPELLE
pp 375-379

Pronominal anaphoric strategies in the West Saxon dialect of Old English
by MARCELLE COLE
pp 381-408

A response to Cole
by ANS KEMENADE
pp 409-411

Psycho-historical linguistics: its context and potential
by MARGARET WINTERS
pp 413-421

Generative coda
by ELLY GELDEREN
pp 423-430

Philological coda. Noise: an appreciation
by ROBERT FULK
pp 431-438

ELL volume 21 issue 2 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

ELL volume 21 issue 2 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b3

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
 
LL Issue: 28.3153