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  • Principles of Historical Linguisticsby Hans Henrich Hock

    De Gruyter 1991; US$ 280.00

    Historical linguistic theory and practice contains a great number of different 'layers' which have been accepted in the course of time and have acquired a permanency of their own. These range from neogrammarian conceptualizations of sound change and analogy to present-day ideas on rule change and language mixture. To get a full grasp of the principles... more...

  • STAEFCRAEFTby Elmer H. Antonsen; Hans Henrich Hock

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 1991; US$ 158.00

    The first Symposium on Germanic Linguistics was organized at the University of Chicago by Jan Terje Faarlund. The notable success of this undertaking led Elmer H. Antonsen, Hans Henrich Hock, and James W. Marchand to arrange the Second Symposium on Germanic Linguistics at the University of Illinois. This volume contains revised versions of selected... more...

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