ee comoun peplis language: Assistants to the editors: Ewa Ciszek and Katarzyna Bronk

ee comoun peplis language: Assistants to the editors: Ewa Ciszek and Katarzyna Bronk

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ISBN-13: 9783631599594
Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/26/2009
Series: Medieval English Mirror Series , #6
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)

About the Author

The Editors: Marcin Krygier, Ph.D. in 1993, D. Litt. in 1997; Fulbright fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles, from 1995 to 1996; author or co-author of three books on Old and Middle English; head of the Department of the History of English at the School of English at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.
Liliana Sikorska, Ph.D. in 1994, D. Litt. in 1996; visiting scholar at the University of Florida, Brown University and the University of California, Los Angeles; visiting professor at the American University, Washington, DC; author or co-author of seven books on medieval English and Irish literature; head of the Department of English Literature and Literary Linguistics and acting head of the American Literature Department at the School of English at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland.

Table of Contents

Contents: Ronald Kim: On the prehistory of Old English dyde – Vibeke Jensen: OE long /a:/ words in some fourteenth and fifteenth century Yorkshire texts – Ewa Ciszek: Some aspects of word-formation in Henryson’s Fables – Matti Kilpiö: Causative habban in Old English – Janusz Malak: Preposition stranding in Old English – Justyna Rogos: Transcribing and editing graphetic detail in the manuscripts of Chaucer’s Man of Law’s Tale – Rafał Borysławski: The riddle of poetry: Literary riddles and modern hermeneutics – Barbara Kowalik: The motif of journey in Cynewulf’s Fates of the apostles – Rory McTurk: External prolepsis in Beowulf – Klára Petříková: «Alle we beoth in the worldes wode weater». Water imagery in Ancrene wisse – Piotr Spyra: Clean but impatient: Pearl-poet’s Jonah in the face of the Lord.

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