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Author : Paul Kretschmer
ISBN : UOM:39015066218937
Genre : Classical philology
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1909-1934 include section: Literaturbericht für das jahr 1907-1932.
Category: Classical philology

Glotta A Poem Etc

Author : James Arbuckle
ISBN : BL:A0019064145
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ISBN : BML:37001200148810
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Dania Poly Glotta

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ISBN : UCAL:B5098034
Genre : Danish literature
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Category: Danish literature

The Latin Dialect Of The Ager Faliscus

Author : Gabriël C. L. M. Bakkum
ISBN : 9789056295622
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Annotation. Although the Ager Faliscus lay between the areas where Etruscan, Latin and Sabellic languages were spoken, the inscriptions from the area from before c.150 bce show that it used a speech of its own, known as Faliscan. Most scholars agree that Faliscan is linguistically very close to Latin, but the hypothesis that it is in fact a Latin dialect has not been the subject of a major publication until now. In this work, the linguistic data on Faliscan provided by the inscriptions are analyzed and compared to the languages of the surrounding areas. Sociolinguistic aspects such as language contact and local identity are discussed as well. The main conclusion is that Faliscan can indeed be regarded as a dialect of Latin. The work includes a re-edition of all inscriptions, in many cases based on autopsy. This title can be previewed in Google Books -
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Literature And Union

Author : Gerard Carruthers
ISBN : 9780191055812
Genre : Literary Collections
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Literature and Union opens up a new front in interdisciplinary literary studies. There has been a great deal of academic work—both in the Scottish context and more broadly—on the relationship between literature and nationhood, yet almost none on the relationship between literature and unions. This volume introduces the insights of the new British history into mainstream Scottish literary scholarship. The contributors, who are from all shades of the political spectrum, will interrogate from various angles the assumption of a binary opposition between organic Scottish values and those supposedly imposed by an overbearing imperial England. Viewing Scottish literature as a clash between Scottish and English identities loses sight of the internal Scottish political and religious divisions, which, far more than issues of nationhood and union, were the primary sources of conflict in Scottish culture for most of the period of Union, until at least the early twentieth century. The aim of the volume is to reconstruct the story of Scottish literature along lines which are more historically persuasive than those of the prevailing grand narratives in the field. The chapters fall into three groups: (1) those which highlight canonical moments in Scottish literary Unionism—John Bull, 'Rule, Britannia', Humphry Clinker, Ivanhoe and England, their England; (2) those which investigate key themes and problems, including the Unions of 1603 and 1707, Scottish Augustanism, the Burns Cult, Whig-Presbyterian and sentimental Jacobite literatures; and (3) comparative pieces on European and Anglo-Irish phenomena.
Category: Literary Collections

James Arbuckle

Author : Richard Holmes
ISBN : 9781611485547
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This work contains a selection of James Arbuckle’s poems and essays presented in a first modern scholarly edition with a biographical introduction. The work, which includes original poems, translations of Horace, satires on Swift, essays on politics, politeness and the early Scottish Enlightenment, offers new insights into early eighteenth-century British and Irish culture.
Category: Literary Criticism