The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 28
Survey Year 1966

The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies 28

W. S. Maney & Son Ltd for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1968  •  844pp

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Contents:

xi
Foreword
O.N.V.G.
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1-8
Medieval Latin
W. F. Bolton
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9-19
Romance Languages: Romance Linguistics
Rebecca Posner
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20-40
French Studies: Language
Garnet Rees
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41-53
Medieval Literature
J. C. Laidlaw
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54-75
The Sixteenth Century
I. D. McFarlane
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76-95
The Seventeenth Century
James Dryhurst, James S. Munro
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96-111
The Eighteenth Century
J. F. Falvey
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112-127
The Romantic Era
Marjorie Shaw
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128-142
The Nineteenth Century (post-Romantic)
Richard Griffiths
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143-175
The Twentieth Century
T. V. Benn
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176-181
Spanish Studies: Language
Ron Keightley
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182-193
Medieval Literature
Derek W. Lomax
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194-214
Literature, 1490–1700
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215-234
Literature, 1700 To 1898
R. Neill Johnson
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235-248
Literature, 1898 To the Present Day
Reginald F. Brown
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249-258
Catalan Studies: Literature
Geoffrey J. Walker
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259-272
Portuguese Studies
Alan Deyermond
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273-280
Latin-American Studies: the Nineteenth Century
J. G. Brotherston
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281-295
The Twentieth Century
Donald L. Shaw
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296-304
Brazilian Language and Literature
Giovanni Pontiero
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305-315
Italian Studies: Language
Giulio Lepschy
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316-346
Duecento and Trecento I: Dante
Michael Hatwell
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347-355
Duecento and Trecento Ii (excluding Dante)
Alan Fryer
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356-368
Humanism and the Renaissance
Anna Laura Lepschy
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369-386
Seicento and Settecento
Douglas Duncan
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387-396
Ottocento
J. R. Woodhouse
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397-409
Novecento
Spartaco Gamberini
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410-416
Rumanian Studies: Language
Elizabeth Close
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417-420
Literature
E. D. Tappe
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421-429
German Studies: Language
Mary Fleet
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430-449
Medieval Literature
Rosemary E. Wallbank
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450-456
The Sixteenth Century
W. A. Coupe
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457-465
The Seventeenth Century
Alan Menhennet
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466-489
The Classical Era
James Trainer
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490-503
The Romantic Era
W. G. Hesse
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504-522
Literature, 1830–1880
Dorothy Prohaska
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523-547
Literature, 1880 To the Present Day
Peter Prochnik
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548-566
Netherlandic Studies
P. K. King
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567-570
Danish Studies: Language
Hans Veirup
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571-579
Literature
Erik M. Christensen
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580-588
Norwegian Studies: Language and Early Literature
Erling Georg Larsen
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589-595
Swedish Studies: Language
Carl-Eric Thors
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596-609
Literature
Graham Orton
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610-628
Czech Studies: Language
Zdeněk Tyl
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629-634
Slovak Studies: Language
Ladislav Dvonč
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635-648
Polish Studies: Language
Józef Trypućko
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649-654
Literature
Peer Hultberg
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655-657
Russian Studies: General Reference, Bibliographical, and General Works
J. S. G. Simmons
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658-667
Language
A. P. Vlasto
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668-673
Literature, From the Beginning To 1700
Nikolay Andreyev
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674-684
The Eighteenth Century
Christopher Johnson
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685-697
The Nineteenth Century
Arnold McMillin
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698-712
The Twentieth Century
R. D. B. Thomson
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713-728
Ukrainian Studies
Victor Swoboda
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729-733
White-Russian Studies
J. Sadoǔski
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734-742
Serbo-Croat Studies
Ragnar Röed
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Bibliography entry:

The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 28: Survey Year 1966, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 28 (Cambridge: MHRA, 1968)

First footnote reference: 35 The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 28: Survey Year 1966, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 28 (Cambridge: MHRA, 1968), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 , p. 47.

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The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 28: Survey Year 1966, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 28 (Cambridge: MHRA)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ ( 1968: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 1968: 21.

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