De Mot en Mot: Aspects of Medieval Linguistics

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Stewart Gregory, D. A. Trotter, William Rothwell
University of Wales Press, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 282 pages
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This volume presents the work of leading specialists on the particular variety of French found in medieval Britain (Anglo-Norman), and also French in France itself. Other essays deal with the vernacular language of southern France, Occitan.

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