Donum Grammaticum

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Peeters Publishers, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 411 pages
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The articles in this volume treat issues in Hannah Rosen's many fields of scholarly interest. Most of the articles deal with subjects in Latin linguistics and philology; others treat Celtic linguistics and philology, while some combine the two. A number of the papers take Hannah Rosen's own work as their point of departure: especially, research on nominalization and periphrasis; on tense use and narrative structure; on translation technique. The authors adopt a variety of perspectives and approaches. This volume includes many contributions that are descriptive, comparative, or historical in nature, as well as some reflecting a literary orientation. A few authors use the text and its structure as their framework. A wide range of approaches to syntactical analysis on various levels of expression is prominently represented in the work of many of the contributors.
 

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Contents

A Case of Shift in Discoursetype Status NorthWestern
19
Die Arten der Prolepse im Lateinischen in typologischer Sicht
28
1994
51
The Definite Article in the Making Nominal Constituent Order and Related
129
Latin sacēna Hebr sakkīn and the Mediterranean Vocabulary Journal
165
1995
307
The Latin Infinitivus Historicus Revisited Mnemosyne 48 536564
329
ICLL
336
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