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xiv, 256 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Green Library
Book
xiii, 469 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • The Finn episode in Beowulf : its beginning, its conclusion, and some further textual notes / Alfred Bammesberger
  • Manuskript-Runen im Kontext des medizinisch-botanischen Schrifttums : zur Funktion bestimmter Runeneinträge / Alessia Bauer
  • Eddische Dichtung und skandinavische Ballade : eine schwierige Nachbarschaft / Klaus Böldl
  • Í eino briósti ec sác aldregi fleiri forna stafi : der Begriff stafr in der eddischen Dichtung und den metrischen Runeninschriften / Vivian Busch
  • Die dreizehn Geschichten auf dem Runenstein von Rök / Lydia Carstens
  • The Porosity of Kennings and Kenning Patterns / Margaret Clunies Ross
  • Überlegungen zur Bild- und Runenritzung von Aspö in Södermanland (Sö 175) / Klaus Düwel und Sigmund Oehrl
  • The Term rekit in Háttalykill and Háttatal / Kari Ellen Gade
  • Norwegian runestones with inscriptions in the older Futhark : a socio-topographical sketch from an archaeological point of view / Oliver Grimm und Frans-Arne Stylegar
  • The Fatal Role of Women in Medieval Icelandic Literature : the example of Njáls saga / Stefanie Gropper
  • The Northernmost Runic alu / Jan Ragnar Hagland
  • Was ist die Mehrzahl von "Milch"? Lexikalische Plurale im Nordfriesischen und im Jütischen / Jarich Hoekstra
  • Gamle fund : nye opdagelser / Lisbeth M. Imer
  • Hier mun standa stainn at merkt : Ett par bidrag till tolkningen av inskriften på Hogränstenen (G 203) / Magnus Källström
  • Love and Eroticism in Medieval Norwegian Runic Inscriptions / James E. Knirk
  • Ironische Kenningar / Jana Krüger
  • Was bedeuten die Runen rmþï in der Runeninschrift auf dem Stein von By? / Jurij Kusmenko
  • Unsichtbare Grabhügel / Michael Müller-Wille
  • The phonological systems of Biblical Gothic and Crimean Gothic compared / Hans Frede Nielsen
  • Bergakker Revisited / Arend Quak
  • Darraðarljóð and Njáls saga / Judy Quinn
  • Die Überlieferung des Jütischen Gesetzes (1241) / Thomas Riis
  • Fuþorc Rune 31 : Überlegungen zu Form und Funktion / Elke Ronneberger-Sibold und Kerstin Kazzazi
  • Historische Anthropologie in der Altnordistik / Katharina Seidel
  • Hans Kuhn, das Nordische Institut und die Anfänge der Nordfriesischen Wörterbuchstelle / Alastair Walker
  • The name of the rune æsċ : the transformation of the common Germanic rune *ansuz ... to Pre-OE rune æsċ ... / Gaby Waxenberger
  • A far-travelled word : Old Norse skeið 'racecourse, running track' in early literature and place-names / Diana Whaley
  • Þórr and wading / Tarrin Wills
  • Interdisziplinäre Interpretation : Theoretische Grundlagen und methodische Ansätze / Christiane Zimmermann
  • Schriftenverzeichnis Edith Marold
  • Indices.
Green Library
Book
lx, 130 pages : facsimiles ; 21 cm.
"In 1836 the Icelandic journal Fjölni published an article suggesting revolutionary alterations on the Icelandic spelling. In next issues this was elaborated further but in the 1844 issue the matter was dropped completely. The reason being that the suggested alterations were met with harsh criticism to say the least. In this book Gunnlaugur Ingólfsson emeritus at The Arni Magnusson Institute for Icelandic studies, discusses the suggestions and the reaction they caused."--Sigvaldi Icelandic Book Service and Store (web site).
Green Library
Book
xvii, 412 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Abbreviations of linguistic terms
  • Abbreviations of sources
  • Languages and the periods they cover
  • List of tables
  • Introduction
  • A synchronic analysis of 13th century relative clauses in the nordic languages
  • Choice of old norse and middle danish data
  • Choice of old norse data
  • Choice of middle danish data
  • What is a relative clause?
  • The syntax of relative complexes : basic assumptions
  • Typology and delineation
  • Definition
  • Free relative clauses and correlative clauses
  • Adverbial clauses
  • Non-restrictive relative clauses
  • Conclusion
  • Marking NPREL
  • Relative clauses in modern norwegian (with notes on the other scandinavian languages)
  • Some methodological remarks
  • Som-insertion in modern norwegian
  • Free relative clauses in modern norwegian
  • Adverbial clauses in modern norwegian
  • Comparative clauses
  • Complementation or adjunction?
  • Introduction
  • The determiner-complement (D+CP) analysis
  • Introduction
  • The headway-argument
  • Other candidates for a D+CP-analysis : Comparatives, equatives and degree clauses
  • The adjunct analysis
  • Adjuncts are syntactically non-obligatory
  • RCs are like adjectives
  • Agreement between the determiner and the relative antecedent
  • Choice of determiner
  • Conclusion
  • A short introduction to old norse relative clauses
  • Referential properties of old norse relative complexes
  • RC-antecedents in Óláfs saga hins helga : some statistics
  • Reference, uniqueness and specificity
  • Sá in non-relative contexts
  • Sá as an anaphoric demonstrative
  • Sá vs. hinn as a preadjectival determiner
  • Uniqueness and specificity in relative contexts
  • ON sá versus the suffixed definite article -inn in relative contexts
  • Conclusion so far (and two intriguing examples)
  • Referential properties of sá in relative contexts
  • Non-specific relative complexes
  • The potential referent is a kind : sá in non-specific kind-reading relative complexes
  • The potential referent is an individual : sá in non-specific individual-reading relative complexes
  • Specific relative complexes
  • Sá in unique and specific relative complexes
  • Sá in non-unique and specific relative complexes
  • Sá in non-restrictive RCs
  • Scope relations between sá and other determiners
  • Referential properties of middle danish thæn in relative contexts
  • Referential properties of thæn in eriks sællandske lov
  • Referential properties of thæn in jyske lov
  • Concluding remarks
  • Does old norse have a relative pronoun?
  • Introduction
  • 'Learned-style' relative pronouns
  • Maling (1977) : ON resumptive pronouns are underlyingly relative pronouns
  • Sá : a relative pronoun?
  • Arguments against treating sá as a relative pronoun
  • No arbitrary rules for deleting relative pronouns
  • Complementarity with main clause elements : no relative complex : has both a pre- and a postnominal sá
  • Case properties
  • Relative pronouns cannot be modified by adjectives
  • Other possibilities : sá generated to the left of the RC
  • Relative pronouns in middle danish and old swedish
  • Conclusion
  • Free relative clauses and correlatives
  • Introduction
  • Old norse relative clauses introduced by bare demonstrative : FRs orsemi-FRs?
  • 'True' FRs
  • Correlative RCs in old norse?
  • Locational clauses
  • A diachronic analysis of relative clauses in middle norwegian, younger middle danish and beyond
  • Temporal clauses
  • Do temporal clauses have a relative structure?
  • Er- relative or temporal complementizer?
  • Choice of post-1300 norwegian data
  • W-pronouns in relative contexts
  • A brief recapitulation : W-RCs in old norse
  • W- and d-pronouns in relative contexts in germanic
  • Native germanic w-pronouns in relative contexts : relative or indefinite pronouns?
  • Relative w-pronouns in the post-1300 data
  • Huar as a relative pronoun
  • Hwilkin
  • Old norse hvílíkr
  • The different functions of middle norwegian hwilkin in relative contexts
  • Hwilkin as a relative pronoun
  • R-compounds
  • Conclusion
  • Free relative clauses
  • Introduction
  • Free relatives or w-RCs in middle norwegian? possible criteria
  • An analysis of middle norwegian huat in relative contexts
  • FR-pronouns vs. interrogative pronouns
  • Why are w-pronouns marginal in norwegian relative contexts?
  • W-pronouns in relative contexts in middle danish
  • W-pronouns in relative contexts in Eriks sællandske lov
  • Hvær
  • Hvilkin
  • Hva
  • Hvat
  • Other possible correlative constructions
  • W-pronouns in relative contexts Jyske lov
  • Hwylk
  • Hwo
  • Hwat
  • Adverbial FRs
  • Concluding remarks
  • Then in middle norwegian and beyond
  • Then as a uniqueness-marking adjectival article
  • The fate of non-unique sá
  • Then and non-unique quantifiers
  • Non-unique, specific then
  • Simple definites : typical of relative contexts?
  • Conclusion
  • Relative complementizers in the nordic languages
  • Is, er, ær
  • Sem, sum, som
  • bar, ther, thær, der
  • Introduction
  • Ther as a relative complementizer in middle norwegian?
  • Thær in east nordic
  • O-RCs in middle norwegian : an introduction
  • Definition
  • Complementizerless constructions that are not O-RCs
  • The apo koinou construction
  • Apo koinou in germanic
  • Apo koinou in old norse
  • Apo koinou in middle norwegian and early modern norwegian
  • A short note on apo koinou in middle danish
  • Subject relative clauses with a temporal head
  • Relative clauses with betta bref as antecedent
  • Conclusion
  • O-RCs in the literature
  • O-RCs in other germanic languages
  • Swedish and danish
  • English
  • O-RCs in old norse? The 'tip-of-the-iceberg'-theory
  • O-RCs in middle norwegian and middle danish : a descriptive account
  • O-RCs 1350-1400
  • FRs 1350-1400
  • Temporal clauses 1350-1400
  • Conclusion 1350-1400
  • O-RCs 1400-1540
  • RCs with w-antecedents and FRs 1400-1540
  • RCs with huar as antecedent 1400-1540
  • Free relative clauses 1400-1540
  • Comparative clauses
  • Temporal clauses
  • Er and som as temporal complementizers
  • Temporal main clause elements reanalysed as temporal complementizers
  • Reanalysis of Þá, tha
  • Reanalysis of main clause temporal nouns
  • Then tidh
  • Fyrsta
  • Reanalysis of main clause prepositions : til pess er and frá Því er
  • Når-clauses
  • Conclusion
  • O-RCs in middle danish
  • O-RCs in eriks sællandske lov
  • Complementizers in temporal RCs in eriks sællandske lov
  • O-RCs in jyske lov
  • Complementizers in temporal RCs in jyske lov
  • Theoretical approaches to O-RCs
  • Predictability (Wasow et al. 2011)
  • Monoclausality, integration
  • Fox & thompson (2007)
  • Weinert (2004)
  • O-RCs are more dependent on the antecedent (Hawkins 2004)
  • Prosodic factors (Jaeger 2006)
  • Division of labour : where does syntax end and non-syntax start?
  • An analysis of O-RCs in middle norwegian and middle danish
  • Syntactic environments for O-RCs
  • Relative clauses headed by an antecedent featuring a demonstrative
  • Relative clauses headed by a w-pronoun, FRs
  • Lack of complementizer insertion in non-relative contexts
  • Conclusion so far
  • Theoretical approaches to O-RCs tested on the middle norwegian data
  • Monoclausality (Fox & Thompson 2007)
  • Preference hierarchy for subjects of O-marked clauses (Hawkins 2004)
  • Predictability revisited (Wasow et al. 2011)
  • Predictability of then and universal quantifiers
  • Predictability of w-antecedents
  • Some concluding remarks
  • Semantic characteristics of relative complexes with O-RCs
  • Inclusiveness, maximalization
  • Superlatives and adjectives, non-restrictivity
  • Comparison between middle norwegian and middle danish
  • The tip-of-the-iceberg hypothesis revisited
  • Why 1400?
  • A more fixed word order
  • Increase in the predictability of simple definites
  • Loss of er as a lexical item
  • The subsequent development : the 'syntactification' of O-RCs
  • Syntactification
  • Obligatory som in subject relative clauses
  • Disambiguation and the loss of stylistic fronting
  • The subject requirement
  • Optional som in non-subject relative clauses
  • Summary and some concluding remarks
  • References.
This book gives an analysis of relative clauses as they evolve throughout the history of (Mainland) Scandinavian, from Ancient Nordic to Early Modern Norwegian.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110496536 20170807
Green Library
Book
211 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: Dead man talking
  • Prologue to history
  • Gemini, the twins: Faroese and Icelandic
  • East is East: heralding the birth of Danish and Swedish
  • The ties that bind: Finnish is visited by Swedish
  • The black death comes for Norwegian: Danish makes a house call
  • Faroese emerges
  • Sámi, language of the far North: encounters with Norwegian, Swedish, and Finnish
  • Epilogue: the seven sisters now and in the future.
From fjords to mountains, schools of herring to herds of reindeer, Scandinavia is rich in astonishing natural beauty. Less well known, however, is that it is also rich in languages. Home to seven languages, Scandinavia has traditionally been understood as linguistically bifurcated between its five Germanic languages (Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Icelandic, and Faroese) and its two Finno-Ugric ones (Finnish and Sami). In The Languages of Scandinavia, Ruth H. Sanders takes a pioneering approach: she considers these Seven Sisters of the North together. While the two linguistic families that comprise Scandinavia's languages ultimately have differing origins, the Seven Sisters have coexisted side by side for millennia. As Sanders reveals, a crisscrossing of names, territories, and even to some extent language genetics intimate language contact has created a body of shared culture, experience, and linguistic influences that is illuminated when the story of these seven languages is told as one. Exploring everything from the famed whalebone Lewis Chessmen of Norse origin to the interactions between the Black Death and the Norwegian language, The Languages of Scandinavia offers profound insight into languages with a cultural impact deep-rooted and far-reaching, from the Icelandic sagas to Swedish writer Stieg Larsson's internationally popular Millennium trilogy. Sanders's book is both an accessible work of linguistic scholarship and a fascinating intellectual history of language.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226493893 20171211
Green Library
Book
300 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Inledning
  • Syfte och forskningsfrågor
  • Disposition
  • Egenskaper som utmärker generiska pronomen
  • Avgränsningar
  • Definitioner
  • Generiska pronomen
  • Skillnader mellan Substantiv, räkneord och pronomen
  • Generiska, opersonliga eller indefinita pronomen
  • Generiska pronomen i nordiska språk
  • Generiskt man
  • Generiskt en
  • Generiskt du
  • Generiska pronomen i nordiska språk : översikt
  • Grammatikalisering
  • Grammatikalisering : från lexikalt till grammatiskt
  • Bakgrund
  • Grammatikalisering som en klin
  • Orsaker till att grammatikalisering sker
  • Språkliga förändringar vid grammatikalisering
  • Grammatikaliseringsvägar för indefinita pronomen
  • Sammanfattning
  • Grammatikaliseringen av man-uttryck
  • Man-uttrycks semantiska utveckling
  • Man-uttrycks syntaktiska utveckling
  • Sammanfattning
  • Utvecklingen av generiskt one
  • Utvecklingen av one som grammatikalisering
  • One:s semantiska utveckling
  • Sammanfattning
  • Metod
  • Material
  • Överväganden vid valet av material
  • Analyserat material
  • Fornsvenska texter
  • Äldre nysvenska texter
  • Yngre nysvenska korpusar
  • Utvecklingen av man som generiskt pronomen
  • Tidigare forskning om man som generiskt pronomen
  • Man som generiskt pronomen i fornsvenska
  • Man som generiskt pronomen i nysvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Utgångspunkter för undersökningen av svenskt man
  • Förändrade egenskaper för svenskt man
  • Man:s referens: fem kategorier
  • Excerperingsprinciper : man
  • Fornsvenska
  • Äldre nysvenska
  • Yngre nysvenska
  • Man i det fornsvenska materialet
  • Man i äldre fornsvenska
  • Man i yngre fornsvenska
  • Män i fornsvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Man i det nysvenska materialet
  • Man i äldre nysvenska
  • Man i yngre nysvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Sammanfattande diskussion : man
  • Utvecklingen av en som generiskt pronomen
  • Tidigare forskning om en som generiskt pronomen
  • En som generiskt pronomen i fornsvenska
  • En som generiskt pronomen i nysvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • En:s referens : sju kategorier
  • Excerperingsprinciper : en
  • Fornsvenska
  • Äldre nysvenska
  • Yngre nysvenska
  • En i det fornsvenska materialet
  • En i äldre fornsvenska
  • En i yngre fornsvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • En i det nysvenska materialet
  • En i äldre nysvenska
  • En i yngre nysvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Sammanfattande diskussion : en
  • Utvecklingen av du med generisk referens
  • Tidigare forskning om du med generisk referens
  • Du med generisk referens före mitten av 1900-talet
  • Du med generisk referens efter mitten av 1900-talet
  • Sammanfattning
  • Du:s referens : fem kategorier
  • Excerperingsprinciper : du
  • Fornsvenska
  • Äldre nysvenska
  • Yngre nysvenska
  • Du i det fornsvenska materialet
  • Du i äldre fornsvenska
  • Du i yngre fornsvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Du i det nysvenska materialet
  • Du i äldre nysvenska
  • Du i yngre nysvenska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Sammanfattande diskussion : du
  • Avslutande sammanfattande diskussion
  • Utvecklingen i sammandrag
  • Man
  • En
  • Du
  • Likheter och skillnader mellan orden
  • De studerade ordens relation till varandra
  • Samspel mellan olika grammatiska nivåer
  • Jämförelse med andra språk
  • Man
  • En
  • Du
  • Utvecklingen som grammatikalisering
  • Subjektifiering som övergripande process
  • Summary
  • Referenser
  • Primärmaterial
  • Övriga citerade källor
  • Litteratur
  • Bilaga 1. Excerperade textet och korpusar
  • Texter från den fornsvenska perioden (1225-1526)
  • Texter från den äldre nysvenska perioden (1526-1732)
  • Korpusar från den yngre nysvenska perioden (1732-)
  • Ordböcker
  • Bilaga 2. Tabeller.
Green Library
Book
194 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Conference proceedings - Prosodic research - Intonation, pitch, tonality, rhythm, speaking rate, intensity, and breathing - Phonetic and phonological analysis of read and spontaneous speech - Scandinavian languages - Languages from the Baltic Sea area.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783631723524 20180213
This volume contains articles based on the presentations given at the Nordic Prosody XII conference, which was held at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway) in August 2016. The contributors investigate various prosodic aspects, including intonation, rhythm, speaking rate, intensity, and breathing, using approaches ranging from phonetic and phonological analysis to speech technology methods. While most of the studies examine read speech, some of them explore the prosodics of spontaneous speech. The languages that receive most attention are Norwegian, Swedish and Icelandic as well as Estonian, Latgalian and Polish. In addition to the larger Nordic languages, several papers focus on regional languages spoken in these areas.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783631723524 20180213
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
144 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 22 cm.
  • Inledning
  • Ordförståelse : Några Utgångspunkter
  • Att förstå ett ord
  • Att mäta ordförståelse
  • Svenska studier av ordförråd och ordförståelse
  • Studier av läsning och medievanor
  • Högskoleprovet och ORD-provet
  • Historik och bakgrund
  • Ordförståelseprovet
  • Orden som prövas
  • ORD-provets förankring
  • Provstudien
  • Metod och material
  • Övergripande resultat
  • Åldersgrupper
  • Utbildningsbakgrund
  • Kön
  • Sambandet mellan olika variabler
  • Diskussion
  • Sammanfattning
  • Ordstudien
  • Metod och material
  • Övergripande resultat
  • Ord med störst förändring
  • Åldersgrupper
  • Kön
  • Provorter
  • Frekvens
  • Ursprung
  • Sammanfattning
  • Avslutande diskussion
  • Summary in English
  • Litteratur.
Green Library
Book
223 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
343 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction (by Thrainsson, Hoskuldur)-- 2. On quantity and quality in syntactic variation studies (by Thrainsson, Hoskuldur)-- 3. Variation in oblique subject constructions in Insular Scandinavian (by Eythorsson, Thorhallur)-- 4. Determining the nature of intra-speaker subject case variation (by Nowenstein, Iris Edda)-- 5. Variation in dative in Faroese (by Petersen, Hjalmar P.)-- 6. Avoiding Genitive in Icelandic (by Jonsson, Johannes Gisli)-- 7. Dimensions of Variation: Agreement with Nominative Objects in Icelandic (by Ussery, Cherlon)-- 8. Inverse attraction in Icelandic relative clauses (by Wood, Jim)-- 9. Variation in copular agreement in Insular Scandinavian (by Hartmann, Jutta)-- 10. Stylistic fronting and related constructions in the Insular Scandinavian Languages (by Angantysson, Asgrimur)-- 11. Stylistic fronting in corpora (by Sigurdsson, Einar Freyr).
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789027208569 20171009
This book presents the latest research on the syntax of the "Insular Scandinavian" languages (Faroese and Icelandic), with contributions from thirteen experts, and a significant introductory chapter by the four editors. The topics covered include some that have figured extensively in recent literature on Scandinavian syntax and its implications for syntactic theory: case, agreement, embedded clause word order, stylistic fronting, and the nature of "expletive" constructions. The volume is conceived around the topic of variation, both within and between the two languages studied-as well as more generally-and stands out for the wealth of new empirical detail from both Faroese and Icelandic, relating to each of the topics and theoretical issues discussed. Each chapter is written in a way to make it accessible to a wide audience within linguistics; the book will be essential reading for students and researchers with an interest in the syntax of the Germanic languages.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789027208569 20171009
Green Library
Book
313 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xiii, 377 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
  • 1 Tre studenter 2 Pa handletur 3 Pa tur 4 Tid og familie 5 Daglige aktiviteter: skole og fritid 6 Hjem, rom og mobler 7 A holde kontakten- epost, brev og sosiale medier 8 Mat og drikke 9 Konfirmasjonen 10 Shopping 11 Helse, sykdom og skade 12 Reise 13 Geography 14 Jobber, yrker og framtidsplaner.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415470377 20161010
Colloquial Norwegian provides a step-by-step course in Norwegian as it is written and spoken today. Combining a user-friendly approach with a thorough treatment of the language, it equips learners with the essential skills needed to communicate confidently and effectively in Norwegian in a broad range of situations. No prior knowledge of the language is required. Features include: * progressive coverage of speaking, listening, reading and writing skills * structured, jargon-free explanations of grammar * an extensive range of focused and stimulating exercises * realistic and entertaining dialogues covering a broad variety of scenarios * useful vocabulary lists throughout the text * helpful notes about Norwegian society and culture * additional resources available at the back of the book, including a full answer key, a grammar summary and bilingual glossaries Balanced, comprehensive and rewarding, Colloquial Norwegian will be an indispensable resource both for independent learners and students taking courses in Norwegian. Colloquials are now supported by FREE AUDIO available online. All audio tracks referenced within the text are free to stream or download from www.routledge.com/cw/colloquials. Recorded by native speakers, the audio compliments the book and will help enhance learners' listening and speaking skills.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415470377 20161010
Previous edition: Colloquial Norwegian, Kari Breatveit, W. Glyn Jones, and Kirsten Gade, 1995.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415470360 20161010
Green Library
Book
299 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Forord til 2. udgave (2016)
  • Forord til 1. udgave (2011)
  • Introduktion
  • Hvad er sprog?
  • Definition af begrebet sprog
  • Sprog er produceret med henblik på kommunikation
  • Sprog er produceret af mennesker
  • Sprog er strukturer, hvis produkt er en konstruktion af lyde med indhold
  • Sprog produceres i en situation
  • Hvad er så grammatik?
  • Andre synspunkter
  • Saetningen og dens konstituenter
  • Amputerede sætninger
  • Konstituenttyperne
  • Subjekt
  • Foreløbigt Subjekt
  • Verbal
  • Objekt
  • Foreløbigt objekt
  • Indirekte objekt
  • Subjektsprædikativ
  • Objektsprædikativ
  • Adverbial
  • Konjunktional
  • Syntaktiske modeller
  • Definitionskriterier
  • Andre synspunkter
  • Øvelser i syntaktisk annotation
  • Helsætningen og ledsætningen
  • Ledsætningen
  • Finitte ledsætninger
  • Nominale finitte ledsætninger
  • Adverbielle finitte ledsætninger
  • Relative ledsætninger
  • Infinitte ledsætninger
  • At-infinitiv
  • Praæens participium
  • Akkusativ med Infinitiv
  • Andre synspunkter
  • Øvelser i syntaktisk annotation
  • Sætningsskemaet
  • Hovedsætningsskemaet
  • Konstituenternes placering i hovedsætningsskemaet
  • Fundamentet
  • V-pladsen
  • S-pladsen
  • A-pladsen
  • V-pladsen
  • S-pladsen
  • A-pladsen
  • Flere pladser i hovedsætningsskemaet
  • Konjunktionalpladsen
  • Ekstraposition
  • Diskurspladserne
  • Hovedsætningsskemaets udfyldelse
  • Permutationsprøven
  • A-pladsen eller a-pladsen
  • Bisætningsskemaet
  • Infinitskemaet
  • Sætningsskemaernes anvendelse
  • Helsætninger med bisætningsrækkefølge
  • Ledsætninger med hovedsætningsrækkefølge
  • Særlige konstruktioner
  • Sætningskløvninger
  • Sætningsknuder
  • Opsplittede sætninger
  • Andre synspunkter
  • Øvelser i formal analyse vha. sætningsskemaerne
  • Frasen og dens komponenter
  • Nominalfrasen
  • Adverbialfrasen
  • Verbalfrasen
  • Den efterstillede subfrase
  • Den foranstillede subfrase
  • Andre synspunkter
  • Øvelser i frasebeskrivelser
  • Ordklasserne
  • Substantiver
  • Pronominer
  • Artikler
  • Adjektiver
  • Numeralier
  • Verber
  • Præpositioner, postpositioner
  • Adverbier
  • Konjunktioner
  • Interjektioner
  • Andre synspunkter
  • Øvelser i ordklassebeskrivelser
  • Ordets form
  • Morfologi
  • Rødder
  • Derivativer
  • Nomen agentis
  • Verb > nomn
  • Verb > adjv
  • Nomn > adjv
  • Nomn > verb
  • Adjv > nomn
  • Adjv > verb
  • Adjv > advb
  • Numl > nomn
  • Nomn > nomn
  • Adjv > adjv
  • Fleksiver
  • De nominale fleksivkategorier
  • De verbale fleksivkategorier
  • Komposita
  • Fusion
  • Morfematisk notationsform
  • Morfematisk beskrivelse
  • Andresynspunkter
  • Øvelser i morfologiske beskrivelser
  • Litteratur
  • Grammatiske termer på latin og dansk
  • Forkortelser og analysesymboler
  • Frasetypernes mulige komponenter
  • Løsninger på øvelser
  • Opgave l (kapitel 2)
  • Opgave 2 (kapitel 3)
  • Opgave 3 (kapitel 4)
  • Opgave 4 (kapitel 5)
  • Opgave 5 (kapitel 6)
  • Opgave 6 (kapitel 7)
  • Stikordsregister.
Green Library
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267 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Exempel
  • Tabeller, figurer och tablâer
  • Förord
  • Inledning
  • Syfte och forskningsfrâgor
  • Översättning och bokutgivning i Skandinavien
  • Det litterära systemet och de litterära kretsloppen
  • Översättarnas situation i Skandinavien
  • Avhandlingens disposition
  • Teoretisk bakgrund
  • Forskning om översättning i Skandinavien
  • Deskriptiv översättningsvetenskap
  • Normbegreppet
  • Preliminära, initiala och Operationelia normer
  • Kulturbegreppet
  • Systemteorier och fait
  • Polysystemteorin
  • Översättningsflöden och konsekration
  • Översättarstudier
  • Habitus och doxa
  • Kapital
  • Strategibegreppet
  • Stil och röst
  • Undersökningens nyckelbegrepp
  • Sammanfattning
  • Material och översättarpresentationer
  • Textmaterial
  • L'élégance du hérisson
  • Gilead
  • Fingersmith
  • Olive Kitteridge
  • Romanernas utgivning
  • Översättarna
  • Kjell Olaf Jensen
  • Marianne Öjerskog
  • Agnete Dorph Stjernfelt
  • Intervjutranskriptioner
  • Referensverk
  • Metod
  • Metod för textanalys
  • Kulturspecifika element
  • Excerpering
  • Analys av översättningsstrategier
  • Överföring
  • Specificering
  • Direkt översättning
  • Generalisering
  • Ersättning
  • Utelämning
  • Officiell ekvivalent
  • Översättarbrädska
  • Sammanfattning
  • Intervjuer
  • Nägra kritiska anmärkningar
  • Översättarnas praktik
  • Process
  • Stil
  • Strategier
  • Samarbete och hjälpmedel
  • Päverkande faktorer
  • Översättarprofiler och kapitalinnehav
  • Översättarnas kapitalinnehav
  • Kulturspecifika element i det franska textmaterialet
  • Titlar, tilltal och yrkesbeteckningar
  • Titlar
  • Läsartilltal med vous och tu
  • Dialoger med vous- och tu-tilltal
  • Yrkesbeteckningar
  • Sammanfattning
  • Valuta och myntenheter
  • Matt- och viktenheter
  • Litteratur och musik
  • Utbildning
  • Namn
  • Sammanfattning
  • Kulturspecifika element i det angloamerikanska textmaterialet
  • Titlar, tilltal och yrkesbeteckningar
  • Titlar, tilltal och yrkesbeteckningar i Gilead
  • Titlar, tilltal och yrkesbeteckningar i Fingersmith
  • Titlar, tilltal och yrkesbeteckningar i Olive Kitteridge
  • Sammanfattning
  • Valuta och myntenheter
  • Matt- och viktenheter
  • Litteratur och musik
  • Utbildning
  • Namn
  • Sammanfattning
  • Generella slutsatser och diskussion
  • Generella slutsatser
  • Diskussion
  • Tre nationella system : ett skandinaviskt
  • Översättarens praktik
  • Doxa
  • Översättaren pä ett marknadsstyrt fält
  • Den normstyrda praktiken
  • Metoddiskussion
  • Summary
  • Referenser
  • Bilaga 1. Intervjufrägor.
Green Library
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324 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Vorwort der Herausgeber
  • Einleitung / Peter Ernst, Martina Werner
  • Ältere Sprachstufen
  • Textverknüpfung im Gotischen am Beispiel spatialer Koreferenz / Maxi Krause
  • Die pragmatische Funktion des altenglischen, "þ-Morphems im "Beowulf" / Therese Robin
  • Hapaxlegomena im Althochdeutschen unter dem Aspekt der historischen Pragmatik / Maria Kozianka
  • Was der Tempusgebrauch im mittelhochdeutschen Versepos über "Historische Mündlichkeit" (nicht) erzählt / Sonja Zeman
  • Sprache und Konfession
  • Fürstentestamente des Konfessionellen Zeitalters : die Verpflichtung auf den "rechten" Glauben / Tim Krokowski
  • Zur Figurenrede als Mittel der konfessionellen Positionierung in Flugblättern des Dreißigjährigen Krieges / Corinna Lucan
  • Diachrone Entwicklungen
  • Pragmatischer Wandel und Wortfeldetymologie / Bettina Bock
  • Zwischen Pragmatik und Grammatik : die gegenläufige Entwicklung der aktiven und passiven sezw-Periphrase vom Althochdeutschen zum Neuhochdeutschen / Melitta Gillmann
  • Lassen sich die modernen Klassen der diskursiven Partikeln auf ältere Sprachstufen übertragen? das Beispiel der diskursiven Partikeln des Barock / Michel Leßvre
  • Einzelne Texte und Textsorten
  • Christine Ebners "Engelthaler Schwesternbuch" : Aufgabenstellung und Lösungsweg / Gisela Brandt
  • Zur Syntax der Informations-Ergänzungen in Johannes Aventinus' "Bayerischer Chronik" / Monika Rössing-Hager
  • Formen pragmatischer Syntax in frühneuhochdeutschen Stadtbüchern / Claudia Greul
  • Kommunikationsverben in südsiebenbürgischen Gerichtsprotokollen des 17. Jahrhunderts / Dana Janetta Dogaru
  • Zur Pragmatik der Diminutive in frühen Erbauungstexten Abraham a Sancta Claras : eine korpusbasierte Studie / Claudia Resch, Wolfgang U. Dressler
  • Weiterfuhrende Aspekte
  • Gruoz enbieten und grüszen : ein Beitrag zum Desiderat eines syntaktisch-semantischen mittelhochdeutschen Verbwörterbuchs / Rebecca Rapp, Sandra Reimann
  • Pragmatik der Interpunktion an einem Beispiel der Kommasetzung / Paul Rössler
  • Genus und Fugenelemente : zur Herleitung einer motivierten Relation / Martina Werner
  • Politisch-parlamentarisches Sprachhandeln am Beispiel der Sprachenfrage in der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie : Dargestellt am Sprechhandlungstyp Drohung / Richard Reutner.
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x, 322 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Acknowledgements
  • Abbreviations
  • List of tables, figures and grammatical definitions
  • Introduction
  • Theoretical, empirical and methodological foundations
  • Theory : signifie/signifiant
  • Arbitrariness and conventions
  • Saussure and syntax: linearity, limitations of arbitrariness
  • Neo-Saussurean syntax
  • Summary and implications
  • The object of study : synchrony/diachrony and langue/parole
  • Synchrony/diachrony
  • Delimitingthe object of study in time and space
  • Langage, langue, parole
  • Further delimiting the object of study : the Norwegian Nominal System
  • Methodology
  • Syntagmatic vs. paradigmatic relations, value and signification
  • The contrastive view
  • The concrete data
  • Neo-Saussurean grammarvs. othercurrent theories
  • Neo-Saussurean grammar and (European) structuralism
  • Neo-Saussurean vs. generative gramar
  • Neo-Saussurean vs. cognitive linguistics and construction grammar(s)
  • Summary
  • Closingthe chapter
  • Norwegian nouns and adjectives
  • Norwegian nouns
  • The Norwegian definite forms
  • Distribution and interpretation of the definite forms : definiteness as identifiability
  • lmplicitor "missing" possessives
  • The Norwegian Indefinite Plural
  • Sentential distribution and interpretations of the Indefinite Plural
  • Phrasal distribution
  • Reference to kinds from a Norwegian perspective
  • Norwegian Indefinite Plurals as a diagnostic for kind reference
  • Number and the English bare plural, Bouchard (2002)
  • (Sentential) Interpretations of the Norwegian Indefinite Plural
  • Reference to kinds in Norwegian
  • Summary-kinds
  • Non-definite plurals in Danish and Swedish
  • Summary : Norwegian Indefinite Plurals
  • The Norwegian Bare Noun
  • Norwegian and French vs English : nominal predication (and Ione determiners)
  • Norwegian vs. English : uniqueness, intentionality, massiveness
  • Idiosyncratically Norwegian : type readings
  • Norwegian Bare Nouns, number and definiteness
  • Norwegian Bare Nouns are numberable
  • Norwegian nouns and agreement
  • General number and subject-tense agreement
  • Value and interpretations of Norwegian nouns
  • Some remarks and speculations on variation
  • A note on grammarand ontology
  • Closing Norwegian nouns
  • Norwegian adjectives
  • Positive adjectives : attributive use
  • Positive adjectives : pronominal use
  • Pronominal use of the Singular indefinite adjectives
  • Pronominal use of-e Adjectives
  • Closing
  • Predicative use : an apparent problem : the weak/strong distinction
  • Over- and under-differentiated paradigms : featural composition revisited
  • Comparatives and superlatives
  • Closing Norwegian Adjectives
  • A welcome consequence : economic featural distribution in attributive adjective-noun combinations
  • Nominal function words
  • On function words and word classes
  • Personal pronouns
  • Quantifiers
  • The en-series
  • The semantics of the en-series
  • En, ei, et and (de)accentuation
  • Special interpretation of en : with a note on man
  • Summingup
  • Noen and noe
  • The core meaningof noe(n)
  • Additional features of noe(n)
  • Special interpretations of noe(n)
  • Summary
  • Norwegian AU quantifiers
  • Ali, alt, aile
  • Other ail quantifiers
  • The demonstratives den, det, de
  • Core semantics of det, den, de
  • Distribution and additional semantics of den, det, de
  • Other interpretations
  • Special uses of def
  • Summary demonstratives
  • Conclusion
  • Syntax : comblnatorial and syntactically complex signs
  • The Sign Theory of Syntax : combinatorial signs
  • Syntax as combinatorial signs
  • The meaning of combinatorial signs
  • The form of combinatorial signs
  • Juxtaposition and the distribution of possessives and attributive adjectives
  • Ordering of head and dependents
  • Pronominal possession
  • Distribution of attributive adjectives
  • Agreement and ungrammaticality : convention vs. conceptual incompatibility
  • Dependent marking
  • Superimposition and adjectival modification
  • Definite adjectival combinations and deaccentuate
  • The role of the demonstrative in the Default Definite Adjectival Construction
  • Norwegian vs. Danish
  • Definite vs. deixis
  • Thesign deaccentuation/-contrast
  • Restrictive vs. descriptive interpretations of the Default Adjectival Construction
  • Adjectival modification of non-definite NPs
  • Closing remarks
  • Intensifying Noun Phrases
  • A description of Intensifying Noun Phrases
  • The formai representation of Intensifying Noun Phrases
  • Closing remarks : Prosody and iconicity
  • Omissions of the definite suffixes
  • Omission of definite suffixes in adjectival constructions
  • Demonstratives, relative clauses and (in)definiteness
  • Definite vs. non-definite forms after all-quantifiers
  • Summary
  • Absence of the demonstrative
  • Restrictive definite adjectival constructions
  • Constructions that require absence of the demonstrative
  • Emotive Adjectival Construction
  • Vocatives and the Emotive Construction
  • Summary superimposition and adjectival modification
  • Concluding remarks
  • Bibliography
  • index.
This study presents a unified, economic account of the intricate relationship between form, meaning and interpretation in the Norwegian nominal system - without reference to polysemy. It covers all kinds of nominal signs, i.e. nouns, adjectives, pronouns and determiners, as well as the conventionalised syntactic combinations between them. Among its central innovations is the introduction of the feature general number into Norwegian morphology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110363432 20170130
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (240 pages) : illustrations, charts, tables.
The newly-emerging field of theoretically informed but simultaneously empirically based syntax is dynamic but little-represented in the literature. This volume addresses this need. While there has previously been something of a gulf between theoretical linguists in the generative tradition and those linguists who work with quantitative data types, this gap is narrowing. In the light of the empirical revolution in the study of syntax, even people whose primary concern is grammatical theory take note of processing effects and attribute certain effects to them. Correspondingly, workers focusing on the surface evidence can relate more to the concepts of the theoreticians, because the two layers of explanation have been brought into contact. And these workers too must account for the data gathered by the theoreticians. An additional innovation is the generative analysis of historical data - this is now seen as psycholinguistic theory-relevant data like any other. These papers are thus a snapshot of some of the work currently being done in evidence-based grammar, using both experimental and historical data.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110401929 20180709
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196 pages : some maps ; 24 cm.
  • Vorwort
  • Das dreisprachige Belgien
  • Die sprachlichen Verhältnisse des heutigen Belgiens in der Antike
  • Die sprachlichen Verhältnisse im Mittelalter
  • Das Herzogtum Burgund (1369-1477)
  • Burgund wird habsburgisch (1477-1555)
  • Die spanischen Niederlande (1555-1714)
  • Die österreichischen Niederlande (1714-1795)
  • Die französische Besatzungszeit (1795-1814)
  • Belgien istTeil des Königreichs der Vereinigten Niederlande (1815-1830)
  • Die Belgische Revolution von 1830
  • Dialekte in Belgien im 19. Jahrhundert
  • Politik des unabhängigen Belgiens im 19. Jahrhundert
  • Die Anfänge der flämischen Bewegung
  • Auf dem Weg zur politischen Gleichberechtigung des Niederländischen
  • Der Erste Weltkrieg
  • Die Zwischenkriegszeit 1918 bis 1940
  • Die deutsche Besetzung während des Zweiten Weltkrieges und die Folgen
  • Vom Ende des 2. Weltkrieges bis zum Beginn der Sechzigerjahre
  • Die Besonderheiten des Niederländischen und Französischen in Belgien
  • Die Volkszählung 1947 und die Folgen
  • Die Festlegung der Sprachgrenze und der Sprachgebiete
  • Die Sprachen im Universitätswesen
  • Auf dem Weg zur föderalen Staatsreform : die sechs Staatsreformen
  • Sprachliches Fazit der Staatsreformen
  • Das zweisprachige Brüssel
  • Niederländisch und Französisch in Brüssel
  • Die Sprachsituation im Mittelalter
  • Die Sprachverhältnisse in Brüssel vom 16. zum 18. Jahrhundert
  • Die französische Besatzungszeit (1795-1814)
  • Die niederländische Zeit (1815-1830)
  • Die Unabhängigkeit Belgiens
  • Die soziale Kluft zwischen Niederländisch und Französisch
  • Die juristische Gleichstellung von Französisch und Niederländisch
  • Das Unterrichtswesen in Brüssel
  • Der Zuzug Niederländischsprachiger aus der Provinz in die Hauptstadt
  • Die Eigentümlichkeiten von Niederländisch und Französisch in Brüssel
  • Der Platz des Französischen im Brüsseler Alltag
  • Die Deutschsprachige Gemeinschaft
  • Der historische Hintergrund von 1815 bis 1920
  • Ostbelgien von 1920 bis 1940
  • Die Zeit des Zweiten Weltkriegs in Ostbelgien
  • Die Nachkriegszeit
  • Auf dem Weg zur Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft
  • Sprachen im Großherzogtum Luxemburg
  • Geschichte Luxemburgs bis 1441
  • Die burgundische Epoche Luxemburgs (1441-1477)
  • Luxemburg unter der Herrschaft der Habsburger
  • Luxemburg als Bestandteil des nachrevolutionären Frankreichs
  • DerWiener Kongress und die niederländische Zeit Luxemburgs
  • Neuf annees etranges: Luxemburg zwischen Belgien und den Niederlanden (1830-1839)
  • Das souveräne Luxemburg in der Zeit der Personalunion (1839-1890)
  • Luxemburg nach dem Ende der Personalunion (1890)
  • Luxemburg vom Ersten zum Zweiten Weltkrieg (1914-1940)
  • Die Besetzung durch das nationalsozialistische Deutschland
  • Die Nachkriegsentwicklungen
  • Bibliographie.
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VIII, 226 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Acknowledgements
  • List of abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • Anglo-Saxons and writing : a brief introduction
  • Runic writing before the fifth century
  • The runic and roman writing systems
  • English runes before and after the conversion
  • Methodology
  • Runes in old english manuscripts : the exeter book manuscript as a case study
  • Runes in the exeter book
  • Marginal runes
  • Runic abbreviations
  • Textual runes
  • Runes, riddles, and revelation
  • Conclusion
  • Reading and writing in the runic riddles and the husband's message
  • Runes in the exeter book riddles
  • Speech and the material word : Riddle 24
  • Talking about writing in Riddles 42 and 58
  • Hidden in plain sight : re-reading Riddles 19 and 64
  • The husband's message
  • The identity of the speaker
  • Interpreting the runes of the husband's message
  • Conclusion
  • Cynewulf's signatures and the materiality of the letter
  • Cynewulf's epilogues
  • Cynewulf's runic signatures
  • Problem runes and playful language
  • Names in manuscripts : scribal colophons and authorial signatures
  • Names in epigraphy
  • Writingthe cross : visual signifiers in Elene
  • The purpose of Cynewulf's epilogues
  • Conclusion
  • The power of the letter in runic charms and solomon and saturn I
  • Anglo-Saxon charms and the story of Imma
  • Letters and divine power
  • Runes in Old English charms
  • Imma meets, Ælfric
  • Runic charms and the power of language
  • Solomon and Saturn I
  • Conclusion
  • Rune lists and alphabet poems : studying the letter in later Anglo-Saxon England
  • The old english rune poem
  • Letter lists and Rune poems
  • The abecedarium nordmannicum
  • Icelandic rune poem(s)
  • The Norwegian rune poem
  • The rune poems together
  • Alphabet psalms
  • Visual ambiguities in the old english rune poem
  • Conclusion
  • Conclusion
  • Medieval writing and the internet
  • Bibliography
  • Index.
This book presents the first comprehensive study of Anglo-Saxon manuscript texts containing runic letters. To date there has been no comprehensive study of these works in a single volume, although the need for such an examination has long been recognized. This is in spite of a growing academic interest in the mise-en-page of early medieval manuscripts. The texts discussed in this study include Old English riddles and elegies, the Cynewulfian poems, charms, Solomon and Saturn I, and the Old English Rune Poem. The focus of the discussion is on the literary analysis of these texts in their palaeographic and runological contexts. Anglo-Saxon authors and scribes did not, of course, operate within a vacuum, and so these primary texts are considered alongside relevant epigraphic inscriptions, physical objects, and historical documents. Victoria Symons argues that all of these runic works are in various ways thematically focused on acts of writing, visual communication, and the nature of the written word. The conclusion that emerges over the course of the book is that, when encountered in the context of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, runic letters consistently represent the written word in a way that Roman letters do not.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110494747 20180709
Green Library
Book
1 online resource (236 pages).
This book presents the first comprehensive study of Anglo-Saxon manuscript texts containing runic letters. To date there has been no comprehensive study of these works in a single volume, although the need for such an examination has long been recognized. This is in spite of a growing academic interest in the mise-en-page of early medieval manuscripts. The texts discussed in this study include Old English riddles and elegies, the Cynewulfian poems, charms, Solomon and Saturn I, and the Old English Rune Poem. The focus of the discussion is on the literary analysis of these texts in their palaeographic and runological contexts. Anglo-Saxon authors and scribes did not, of course, operate within a vacuum, and so these primary texts are considered alongside relevant epigraphic inscriptions, physical objects, and historical documents. Victoria Symons argues that all of these runic works are in various ways thematically focused on acts of writing, visual communication, and the nature of the written word. The conclusion that emerges over the course of the book is that, when encountered in the context of Anglo-Saxon manuscripts, runic letters consistently represent the written word in a way that Roman letters do not.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783110494747 20180709