Textual and contextual studies in medieval English: towards the reunion of linguistics and philology
Peter Lang, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 216 pages
This collection of papers is a product of the first international conference of the Society of Historical English Language and Linguistics (SHELL) held at Chiba University, Japan, in September 2005. The society aims at the reunion of linguistics and philology. The papers discuss current issues in the area of syntax, semantics and stylistics.
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Michio Hosaka Nihon University
The Development of Nonassertive any in The Paston Letters
Tadashi Kotake Keio Graduate School
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