Studies in honor of Mario A. Pei. Edited by John Fisher and Paul A. Gaeng.

; Fisher, John, 1915- editor ; Gaeng, Paul A., editor
Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press [1972] .

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Other Authors Fisher, John, 1915-
Gaeng, Paul A.,
Pei, Mario, 1901-1978.
Subjects Pei, Mario Andrew, 1901-1978.
Pei, Mario, 1901-
Pei, Mario, 1901-1978
Pei, Mario, 1901-1978.
Philologie romane.
Romance philology.
Series Studies in the Romance languages and literatures ; no. 114.
Description 224 pages portrait 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes "Bibliography of Mario A. Pei": pages 213-222.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Mario A. Pei / by T. Huebener -- Mario Pei's contributions (1941-1945) to the discussion of problems in foreign-language teaching during World War II / by P.F. Angiolillo -- Une formule d'exorcisme en ancien français / by M. Banitt -- Learned words in the earliest French documents / by D.R. Brodin -- The etymology of French da / by H. Diament -- The flower in the bower / by E. Dorfman -- The evolution of the stressed vowel system of Vegliote / by TFerguson -- The Vegliote-Sardinian lexical affiliations / by J. Fisher -- The plural i-ending of third declension masculine nouns in Italian / by P.A. Gaeng -- The concepts "difficult" and "easy" in medieval French / by R. de Goro-- The concept of euphony in traditional French grammar : myth or reality? / by J. Levitt -- Gadda's "Plurilinguismo" in the Pasticciaccio / by J. McConnell-Mammarella -- Linguistics, language teaching, and pedagogy / by R. LPolitzer -- The confrérie des jongleurs et des bourgeois and the Pury d'Arras in twelfth and thirteenth century literature / by L.B. Richardson -- Vocalic alternation in the Sursilvan Romansh verb / by K.H. Rogers -- Fray MartiSarmiento, Amadis de Gaula, and the Spanish chivalric "genre" / by B. Sholod -- Dramatic texts and Ars dictaminis in medieval Italy / by S. Sticca.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)410316
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