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The History of Low German Negation

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Informationen zum Autor Anne Breitbarth is a Lecturer in Historical German Linguistics at Ghent University, where her research foc... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Anne Breitbarth is a Lecturer in Historical German Linguistics at Ghent University, where her research focuses on Germanic historical syntax. She has previously held posts at Tilburg, where she completed a PhD on auxiliary ellipsis in Early New High German in 2005, and Cambridge, where she was a Research Associate in the AHRC project âThe development of negation in the languages of Europe and the Mediterraneanâ. She is co-editor, with David Willis andChristopher Lucas, of the two OUP volumes resulting from this project, The History of Negation in the Languages of Europe and the Mediterranean (Vol 1 2013; Vol 2 forthcoming). Together with Sheila Watts (Cambridge) and George Walkden (Manchester), she is currently working on a parsed corpus of historical LowGerman. Klappentext This book examines the diachronic development of negation in Low German, from Old Saxon to Middle Low German. It is the first substantial diachronic analysis of these changes and looks at both the development of standard negation and the changing interaction between the expression of negation and indefinites in its scope. Zusammenfassung This book examines the diachronic development of negation in Low German, from Old Saxon to Middle Low German. It is the first substantial diachronic analysis of these changes and looks at both the development of standard negation and the changing interaction between the expression of negation and indefinites in its scope. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Introduction; 2 The expression of standard negation; 3 Indefinites in the scope of negation; 4 Theoretical background; 5 The development of negation in Low German; 6 Conclusion

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Anne Breitbarth is a Lecturer in Historical German Linguistics at Ghent University, where her research focuses on Germanic historical syntax. She has previously held posts at Tilburg, where she completed a PhD on auxiliary ellipsis in Early New High German in 2005, and Cambridge, where she was a Research Associate in the AHRC project âThe development of negation in the languages of Europe and the Mediterraneanâ. She is co-editor, with David Willis and Christopher Lucas, of the two OUP volumes resulting from this project, The History of Negation in the Languages of Europe and the Mediterranean (Vol 1 2013; Vol 2 forthcoming). Together with Sheila Watts (Cambridge) and George Walkden (Manchester), she is currently working on a parsed corpus of historical Low German.

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This book examines the diachronic development of negation in Low German, from Old Saxon to Middle Low German. It is the first substantial diachronic analysis of these changes and looks at both the development of standard negation and the changing interaction between the expression of negation and indefinites in its scope.



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1 Introduction; 2 The expression of standard negation; 3 Indefinites in the scope of negation; 4 Theoretical background; 5 The development of negation in Low German; 6 Conclusion

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Titre: The History of Low German Negation
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Code EAN: 9780199687282
ISBN: 978-0-19-968728-2
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Oxford University Press
Genre: Linguistique et sciences de la littérature
nombre de pages: 216
Poids: 490g
Taille: H240mm x B162mm x T19mm
Année: 2014

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