Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature No. 31 (2016)

更新日: 2016/11/19

  • Articles
  • Stylistic Devices for Introducing Direct Speech in Old English Poetry
    Michiko OGURA (pp. 1-18)
  • Three Syntactical Notes on the Catholic Homilies
    Hiroshi OGAWA (pp. 19-32)
  • The Reeve’s Tale and the Northernism
    Asumi TAMAKAWA (pp. 33-52)
  • Book Reviews
  • J. R. R. Tolkien, Beowulf: A Translation And Commentary together with Sellic Spell. Edited by Christopher Tolkien (London: HarperCollins, 2014)
    Hideki WATANABE (pp. 53-62)
  • Mary Clayton, ed. and trans., Two Ælfric Texts: The Twelve Abuses and The Vices and Virtues: An Edition and Translation of Ælfric’s Old English Versions of De duodecim abusivis and De octo vitiis et de duodecim abusivis (Anglo-Saxon Texts 11) (Cambridge: D.S. Brewer, 2013)
    Tadashi KOTAKE (pp. 63-73)
  • Gabriele Diewald, Leena Kahlas-Tarkka, and Ilse Wischer, eds. Comparative Studies in Early Germanic Languages: With a Focus on Verbal Categories (Studies in Language Companion Series 138) (Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2013)
    Tomonori YAMAMOTO (pp. 75-82)
  • Haruko Momma, From Philology to English Studies: Language and Culture in the Nineteenth Century (Studies in English Language) (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013)
    Taro ISHIGURO (pp. 83-91)
  • Andreas H. Jucker and Irma Taavitsainen, English Historical Pragmatics (Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2013)
    Hironori SUZUKI (pp. 93-107)
  • Donka Minkova, A Historical Phonology of English (Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2014)
    Jun TERASAWA (pp. 109-120)
  • Ninoru Yasui and Masato Kubota, Shitte Okitai Eigo no Rekishi (A History of English You Should Know) (Kaitakusha Sosho 24) (Tokyo: Kaitakusha, 2014)
    Koichi KANO (pp. 121-132)
  • Summary of the Research Works Awarded Matsunami Prize
  • (Honourable Mention) Modal Auxiliaries from Late Old to Early Middle English with Special Reference to agan, sculan, and  motan (Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaften) (München: Herbert Utz, 2015)
    Kousuke KAITA (pp. 133-134)
  • Synopses of the Papers Read at the General and Divisional Meetings in 2015 (pp. 135-158)
    Suggestions for Future Contributions (p. 159)
    Books Received April 2015-March 2016 (p. 160)