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Linguistic atlas of England

Linguistic atlas of England

edited by Harold Orton, Stewart Sanderson, and John Widdowson.

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Published by Humanities Press in London, Croom Helm, Atlantic Highlands, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Dialects -- England -- Maps

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    ContributionsOrton, Harold, 1898-1975, Widdowson, J. D. A., Sanderson, Stewart
    The Physical Object
    Paginationca. 450 p. maps. ;
    Number of Pages450
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19076506M

      J.D.A. (John) Widdowson is Emeritus Professor of English Language in the University of Sheffield, where he was until recently Director of the National Centre for English Cultural Tradition. He has been associated with SED for some forty years, and was co-editor of the Survey’s Linguistic Atlas of England and co-author of its Dictionary and Grammar (both Routledge publication).Author: Clive Upton. Hans Kurath, (born Dec. 13, , Villach, Austria—died Jan. 2, , Ann Arbor, Mich., U.S.), American linguist, best known as the chief editor of the Linguistic Atlas of New England, the first comprehensive linguistic atlas of a large region.. Kurath emigrated from Austria to the United States in and became a citizen in He studied at the University of Texas (A.B., ) and the.

    *Note: The blue question button in the top right corner provides brief, quick-reference instructions on the main features of the Atlas. Below you will find instructions in greater detail. The Linguistic Atlas allows you to listen to various phrases across 21 topics of everyday conversation, spoken in many different Algonquian languages such as Cree, Innu, Ojibwe, etc. Define linguistic atlas. linguistic atlas synonyms, linguistic atlas pronunciation, linguistic atlas translation, English dictionary definition of linguistic atlas. n. A set of maps recording the geographic distribution of variations in speech.

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The Atlas provides a unique survey of the linguistic geography of England. This volume was inspired by the English Dialect Survey which set out to elicit information about the current dialectical usages of the older members of the farming communities throughout rural England.

The Survey secondly mapped this information to illustrate the Price: $ Get this from a library. The Linguistic atlas of England. [Harold Orton; Stewart Sanderson; J D A Widdowson;] -- Over maps detail differences in phonology, diction, morphology and syntax.

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Two further publications have been produced from the survey's material, Survey of English Dialect: the Dictionary and Grammar () and An Atlas of English Dialects (), both co-authored by Upton and Widdowson. Linguistic Atlas of England Hardcover – January 1, by Stewart Sanderson (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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6 vol bound as 3. Providence: Brown University for the American Council of Learned Societies. • Kurath, Hans, et al. Handbook of the Linguistic Geography of New England. Providence: Brown University for the American Council of Learned Societies.

2d ed., • Kurath, Hans, and Raven I. McDavid, Jr. LINGUISTIC ATLAS OF NEW ENGLAND RAYMOND K. O'CAIN University of South Carolina Linguistic Atlas of New England. 3 vols. Edited by Hans Kurath, with the collaboration of Miles L.

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Over maps detail differences in phonology, lexicon, morphology and syntax. The Atlas provides a unique survey of the linguistic geography of volume was inspired by the English Dialect.

J.D.A. (John) Widdowson is Emeritus Professor of English Language in the University of Sheffield, where he was until recently Director of the National Centre for English Cultural Tradition. He has been associated with SED for some forty years, and was co-editor of the Survey’s Linguistic Atlas of England and co-author of its Dictionary and Grammar (both Routledge publication).

LINGUISTIC ATLAS, also dialect atlas. A book of maps which show the distribution of language features over a chosen area. The maps show, with conventional signs such as dots, circles, and triangles, the locations of features as used by native speakers, such as sounds, words, or syntactic features.

Ideally, the speakers are directly interviewed in their home communities and their responses. The electronic version of A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English (eLALME) is a revised on-line edition of A Linguistic Atlas of Mediaeval English (LALME), by Angus McIntosh, M.L.

Samuels and Michael Benskin, published in by Aberdeen University Press (now AUP/Mercat Press). LALME pioneered the systematic application of modern dialectological methods to over 1, mediaeval n: Linguistic Atlas of England (PDF) Description: (PDF) The Computer Developed Linguistic Atlas of England, volumes 1 () and 2 (): Dialectological, computational and interpretative aspects.

A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English. A NGUS Mc INTOSH (University of Edinburgh) M. S AMUELS (University of Glasgow) M ICHAEL B ENSKIN (University of Oslo) with the assistance of Margaret Laing and Keith Williamson (University of Edinburgh) first published by Aberdeen University Press, revised and supplemented by.

Linguistic atlases. Traditional and modern. lection of maps in book format or as loose sheets for a specific goal and purpose” like the Computer Developed Linguistic Atlas of England Author: Alfred Lameli. See catalog record for call number/location.

"[A] monumental work in the field of dialect geography. Although earlier projects (e.g., Hans Kurath's Linguistic Atlas of New England,above) published detailed regional data, ANAE is the first such atlas to provide a comprehensive view of vocalic pronunciation and phonology across the : Michael Engle.Linguistic Atlas of New England, Volume 1, Part 1 Linguistic atlas of the United States and Canada Linguistic Atlas of New England, Linguistic Atlas of New England: Authors: Miles Laurence Hanley, Bernard Bloch, Marcus Lee Hansen, Julia Bloch: Editor: Hans Kurath: Contributor: American Council of Learned Societies: Publisher: Brown University.A Linguistic Atlas of Late Mediaeval English, v.