The Oxford Guide to the Romance Languages

André Kristol , Michèle Oliviéri , Patric Sauzet , Guido Mensching

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The Oxford Guide to the Romance Languages

Edited by Adam Ledgeway and Martin Maiden

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Table of Contents

Series preface
The Contributors
Part I: The Making of the Romance Languages
1: Latin as a source for the Romance Languages, James Clackson
2: Latin and Romance in the medieval period: A sociophilological approach, Roger Wright
3: Early evidence and sources, Barbara Frank-Job and Maria Selig
Part II: Typology and Classification
4: A structural comparison of Latin and Romance, Nigel Vincent
5: Romance: A typological approach, Paolo Ramat and Davide Ricca
6: Classifications, Georg Bossong
7: Romance linguistic geography and dialectometry, Hans Goebl
Part III: Individual Structural Overviews
8: Romanian, Istro-Romanian, Megleno-Romanian, and Aromanian, Martin Maiden
9: Dalmatian, Martin Maiden
10: Friulian, Paola Benincà and Laura Vanelli
11: Ladin, Giampaolo Salvi
12: Romansh (Rumantsch), Stephen R. Anderson
13: The dialects of northern Italy, Paola Benincà, Mair Parry, and Diego Pescarini
14: Italian, Tuscan, and Corsican, Adam Ledgeway
15: The dialects of central Italy, Michele Loporcaro and Tania Paciaroni
16: The dialects of southern Italy, Adam Ledgeway
17: Sardinian, Guido Mensching and Eva-Maria Remberger
18: French and northern Gallo-Romance, John Charles Smith
19: Southern Gallo-Romance (Occitan), Michèle Oliviéri and Patrick Sauzet
20: Francoprovençal, Andres Kristol
21: Catalan, Alex Alsina
22: Spanish, Astur-Leonese, Navarro-Aragonese, Judaeo-Spanish, Donald N. Tuten, Enrique Pato, and Ora R. Schwarzwald
23: Galician and Portuguese, Francisco Dubert and Charlotte Galves
24: Creoles, Annegret Bollée and Philippe Maurer
Part IV: Comparative Overviews
25: Segmental phonology, Stephan Schmid
26: Prosodic structure, Giovanna Marotta
27: Inflectional morphology, Martin Maiden
28: Derivational morphology, Franz Rainer
29: Compounding, Francesca Forza and Sergio Scalise
30: The structure of the nominal group, Giuliana Giusti
31: The structure of the clause, Silvio Cruschina and Adam Ledgeway
Semantics and Pragmatics
32: Lexical stability and shared lexicon, Steven N. Dworkin
33: Onomasiological differentiation, Ingmar Söhrman
34: Information and discourse structure, Silvio Cruschina
35: Sociolinguistic variation, Mari C. Jones, Mair Parry, and Lynn Williams
36: Diglossia, Johannes Kabatek
37: Standardization, Christopher J. Pountain
Part V: Issues in Romance Phonology
38: Diphthongization, Martin Maiden
39: Palatalization, Lori Repetti
40: Sandhi phenomena, Rodney Sampson
41: Writing systems, Thomas Finbow
Part VI: Issues in Romance Morphology
42: Number, Martin Maiden
43: Morphomes, Martin Maiden
44: Tonic pronominal system: Morphophonology, Chiara Cappellaro
45: Clitic pronominal system: Morphophonology, Diego Pescarini
Part VII: Issues in Romance Syntax
46: Functional categories, Adam Ledgeway
47: Subject clitics: Syntax, Cecilia Poletto and Christina Tortora
48: Object clitics, Ian Roberts
49: Auxiliary selection and participial agreement, Michele Loporcaro
Part VIII: Issues in Romance Syntax and Semantics
50: Split intransitivity, Delia Bentley
51: Negation, Cecilia Poletto
52: Copular and existential constructions, Delia Bentley and Francesco Maria Ciconte
Part IX: Issues in Romance Pragmatics and Discourse
53: Illocutionary force, Ion Giurgea and Eva-Maria Remberger
54: Deixis, Adam Ledgeway and John Charles Smith
55: Address systems, Richard Ashdowne
Part X: Case Studies
The Nominal Group
56: Case, Adina Dragomirescu and Alexandru Nicolae
57: Gender, Michele Loporcaro
The Verbal Group
58: Tense and aspect, Pier Marco Bertinetto and Mario Squartini
59: Mood, Josep Quer
60: Voice, Michela Cennamo
61: Complex predicates, Michelle Sheehan
The Clause
62: Word order, Giampaolo Salvi
63: Clausal complementation, Adam Ledgeway
64: Relative clauses, Elisabeth Stark