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“Every fox praises its own tail”. Jan Blahoslav (1523–1571) on Slavic dialects

  • Herman Seldeslachts EMAIL logo and Raf Van Rooy


Jan Blahoslav (1523–1571) was one of the first – if not the first – to devote a separate chapter to the phenomenon of vernacular diatopic variation in his Czech grammar. His pioneering attempts at making sense of this issue have thus far remained understudied, especially outside of the Czech Republic. In this contribution, we open up this important text, largely written in Czech, to a wider audience by means of an annotated English translation. In addition, we frame his interest in dialectal variation in the intellectual trends of 16th-century language study, especially within the Protestant circles in which Blahoslav was active.


We are very much indebted to Tomasz Kamusella for his valuable remarks on an earlier version of this paper. The research for this contribution was funded in part by a PhD fellowship of the Research Foundation – Flanders (FWO), project 11M6514N / 11M6516N, and a junior postdoctoral fellowship of the same institution, project 12V4818N.


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