Ed. by Brinton, Laurel / Bergs, Alexander
Aims and Scope
The volume provides a wide-ranging account of Middle English, organized by linguistic level. Not only are the traditional areas of linguistic study explored in state-of-the-art chapters, but the volume also covers less traditional areas of study, including creolization, sociolinguistics, literary language (including the language of Chaucer), pragmatics and discourse, dialectology, standardization, language contact, and multilingualism.
- ix, 309 pages
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
- Type of Publication:
- English historical linguistics; Old English; Middle English; Early Modern English