Journal Romance Philology, vol. 64/2

Romance Philology 64/2 (Fall 2010)

  • Pages: 160 p.
  • Size:160 x 240 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2011

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-54181-5
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    Special issue In memoriam: Ray Harris-Northall (1953–2009)

    Preface - Barbara De Marco

    Introduction - Jerry R. Craddock

    Ray Harris-Northall: Bibliography - Donald N. Tuten and Ivy A. Corfis

    Intersective Gradience: Possessive Modifi ers from Latin to Italian - Janice Aski

    Thoughts on the Re-Latinization of the Spanish Lexicon - Steven N. Dworkin

    Algunas cuestiones respecto a la pérdida de arabismos en español peninsular - Patricia Giménez-Eguibar

    The Evolution of Clausal Temporal Modifi ers in Spanish and French - Chad Howe and Diane L. Ranson

    Morphological Mismatch and Temporal Reference in Interaction with Lexical Semantics in Spanish - Matthew L. Juge

    Documenting yeísmo in Medieval and Colonial Spanish Texts - Sonia Kania

    Some New Thoughts on Old Spanish Second-Person Plural Verb Endings - Cynthia Kauffeld

    The Evolution of the University of Chicago Spanish Dictionary - David Pharies

    Ramón Menéndez Pidal’s Concept of “Latent State” and the History of Spanish Aspectual Constructions - Natalya I. Stolova

    The Loss of Spanish -udo participles as a Problem of Actuation - Donald N. Tuten

    Temprana marcación acusativa en el hispanorromance - Omar Velázquez-Mendoza and Robert J. Blake

    On the Palatalization of Latin /ŋn/ in Western- and Italo-Romance - Kenneth J. Wireback