In Other Words: Transcultural Studies in Philology, Translation and Lexicology. Presented to Hans Meier on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday

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J. Lachlan Mackenzie, Richard Todd
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, Nov 18, 2019 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 360 pages
 

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Contents

The Two Languages of Burns
1
Have with you to Lexington The Beowulf Manuscript and Beowulf
15
Some problems in Washington Library of Congress MS FayeBond 4
35
Of English Kings and Arms
45
The Style and Authorship of the Kildare Poems I Pers of Bermingham
57
Some aspects of theme and structure in Pers of Bermingham
77
Is Sir Tristrem an English or a Scottish poem?
85
FifteenthCentury English Middle English or Early Modern English?
97
Constantijn Huygens Translation of John Donnes A Valediction forbidding mourning
173
the pre 1750 translations and editions
185
Belinda Translated
201
the role of contrastive syntax in translation dictionaries
211
Ruddiman and his Successors
235
Morphology in the dictionary with special reference to LDOCE
247
Kulturwortschatz der deutschen Gegenwartssprache Ein enzyklopädisches deutschchinesisches Wörterbuch zu wichtigen Kulturbereichen der deutsch...
263
Old Norse guau in English
285

Chaucers realistic humour and insight into human nature as shown in The Franke ley ns Tale
107
Robert Henryson Orpheus and the puer senex topos
117
Das Genie in der Idylle Zur Bedeutung der englischen Literatur für die skandinavische Vorromantik
121
The artistry of Willem Bilderdijks emblematic engravings
133
Loneliness in Edwin Morgans poetry
145
Problems and Opportunities of Literary Translation within the Framework of Different University Systems
151
The Weye of Paradys
163
Stirling vs Dunfermline
301
The working vocabulary of a farm in Northeast Scotland in the midtwentieth century
315
Methods in Contemporary Theological Thinking
327
A Bibliography of Professor Meiers Writings
337
List of Contributors
347
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