Essays on the English language, medieval and modern.


Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 1968.

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Subjects English language -- Grammar.
Series Indiana University studies in the history and theory of linguistics.
Description viii, 200 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Six essays were written with the collaboration of Sherman M. Kuhn and others.
Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents Poetic language and Old English metre.--Langland's use of kind wit and inwit.--Vis imaginativa.--On the problem of inflexional juncture in Old English.--Some recent interpretations of Old English digraph spellings.--The Old English digraphs: a reply.--The survey of English usage.--Research problems and the teaching of English.--Relative clauses in educated spoken English.--From descriptive to prescriptive: an example.--Co-existing negative preterite forms of dare.--Studies in the correspondence of prosodic to grammatical features in English.--On scales of contrast in connected English speech.--Complex prepositions and related sequences.--Substitutions and syntactical research.--Descriptive statement and serial relationship.--Acceptability in language.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)306677
(OCoLC)ocm00306677
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WorldCat Identities Quirk, Randolph.
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