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AbstractThe paper presents the approach referred to as the ›No Blur Principle‹ (NBP), aka ›Vocabular Clarity‹. This approach can account for an otherwise unexpected case of diachronic productivity in Faroese verb conjugation, viz. the spreading of the suffix -i in the present tense 3rd sg., not...
AbstractThe article describes different conceptions of time in vernacular texts from the Early Middle Ages (Old High German, Old Saxon and Old English texts). Contrary to older research, this study does not primarily focus on discrepancies between the Christian and Germanic content in these...
AbstractThe constitution of characters in Middle High German heroic epics is transtextual and transpersonal, yet specific to certain texts or characters. Characters can be formed by an aggregation of the recipients’ knowledge on narrative tradition or by a reduction to stereotypes. The...
AbstractHugo’s of Montfort texts handed down in an author-commissioned manuscript are characterised by tensions between euphoric and dysphoric notions of the world which were recently described as part of a poetological concept. Complementary, this article aims at the interactions of the single...
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