The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 66
Survey Year 2004

Edited by Stephen Parkinson

The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies 66

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

23 February 2006  •  1008pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-26-2 (hardback)

Access online: Books@JSTOR


Contents:

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Preface
Stephen Parkinson
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1-12
Latin: Medieval Latin
Christopher J. McDonough
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13-23
NEO-LATIN
Dirk Sacré, Jan Papy
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25-39
Romance Languages: Romance Linguistics
John Green
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40-54
French Studies: Language
Glanville Price
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55-76
Early Medieval Literature
Catherine Emerson, Adrian Tudor
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77-93
Late Medieval Literature
Laurent Brun
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94-115
The Sixteenth Century
Gilles Banderier
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116-160
The Seventeenth Century
John Trethewey
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161-183
The Nineteenth Century (post-Romantic)
Larry Duffy
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184-188
Caribbean Literature
Maeve McCusker
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189-205
Occitan Studies: Language
Kathryn Klingebiel
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206-228
Literature
Stephen Parkinson
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229-248
Spanish Studies: Language
Steven Dworkin, Miranda Stewart
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249-259
Literature, 1490–1700 (prose and Poetry)
Carmen Peraita
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260-265
Literature, 1700–1823
Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa
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266-285
Literature, 1898–1936
K. M. Sibbald
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286-296
Catalan Studies: Medieval Literature
Lola Badia, Miriam Cabré
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297-299
Latin American Studies: Spanish-American Literature: the Nineteenth Century
Annella McDermott
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300-329
Italian Studies: Language
Stephen Parkinson
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330-343
Duecento and Trecento I: Dante
Paola Nasti
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344-360
Duecento and Trecento Ii: Excluding Dante
Stephen Parkinson
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361-369
Humanism and the Renaissance
Nadia Cannata Salamone
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370-375
Seicento
Domenico Chiodo
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376-399
Settecento
G. W. Slowey
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400-431
Novecento
Roberto Bertoni, Catherine O'Brien
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432-441
Romanian Studies: Literature
Mircea Anghelescu
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442-448
Rheto-Romance Studies
Ingmar Söhrman, Ingmar Söhrmann
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449-453
Welsh Studies: Language
Charles Jones
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454-458
Early and Medieval Literature
Owen Thomas
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459-464
Literature Since 1500
A. Cynfael Lake
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465-470
Irish Studies: Early Irish
Kevin Murray
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471-474
Scottish Gaelic Studies
Sheila M. Kidd
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475-498
German Studies: Language
Charles V. J. Russ
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499-543
Medieval Literature
Stephen Parkinson
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544-557
The Sixteenth Century
Mark Taplin
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558-569
The Seventeenth Century
Anna Linton
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570-593
The Eighteenth Century
Matthew Bell
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594-618
The Romantic Era
Carol Tully
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619-654
Literature, 1830–1880
Barbara Burns
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655-689
Literature 1880–1945
Malcolm Humble
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690-724
Literature From 1945 To the Present Day
Joanne Leal
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725-734
Dutch Studies: Language
Reinier Salverda
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735-759
Literature
Kris Steyaert
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761-774
Czech Studies: Language
Marie Nováková, Jana Papcunová
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775-783
Polish Studies: Language
N. J. C. Gotteri
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784-793
Russian Studies: Literature From 1800 To 1848
Boris Lanin
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794-805
Literature From 1848 To 1917
Boris Lanin
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806-837
Literature From 1917 To the Present Day
Boris Lanin
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Bibliography entry:

Parkinson, Stephen (ed.), The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 66: Survey Year 2004, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 66 (Cambridge: MHRA, 2006)

First footnote reference: 35 The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 66: Survey Year 2004, ed. by Stephen Parkinson, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 66 (Cambridge: MHRA, 2006), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Parkinson, p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

Parkinson, Stephen (ed.). 2006. The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, Volume 66: Survey Year 2004, The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 66 (Cambridge: MHRA)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Parkinson 2006: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Parkinson 2006: 21.

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