Research on Old French: The State of the Art

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ISBN: 978-94-007-4767-8 (Print) 978-94-007-4768-5 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

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    Pages 1-15

    Introduction

  3. Diachronic Studies

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      Pages 17-17

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      Pages 19-44

      A Diachronic View of Old French Genitive Constructions

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      Pages 45-60

      Grammaticalization in Progress in Old French: Indefinite Articles

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      Pages 61-86

      Null Objects in Old French

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      Pages 87-105

      Compensatory Lengthening in Historical French: The Role of the Speaker

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      Pages 107-122

      Perception, Production and Markedness in Sound Change: French Velar Palatalization

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      Pages 123-148

      Evolution and Regrammation in the Mood System: Perspectives from Old, Middle, Renaissance and Modern French

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      Pages 149-165

      Analogy Among French Sounds

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      Pages 167-186

      The Development of the Declension System

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      Pages 187-204

      The Diasystem and Its Role in Generating Meaning: Diachronic Evidence from Old French

  4. Synchronic Studies

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 205-205

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      Pages 207-220

      Crusaders’ Old French

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      Pages 221-242

      The Use of the Future and Conditional in High Medieval Literature

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      Pages 243-260

      Old French Parataxis: Syntactic Variant or Stylistic Variation?

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      Pages 261-281

      A Derivational Approach to Negative Polarity Item Licensing in Old French

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      Pages 283-298

      Theoretical Issues in Old French Inflectional Morpho(phono)logy

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      Pages 299-326

      Forms and Functions of Reported Discourse in Medieval French

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      Pages 327-350

      The Left-Periphery in Old French

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      Pages 351-376

      Grammatical Meaning and the Old French Subjunctive

  5. Back Matter

    Pages 377-383