SLOVAK STUDIES: GENERAL

SLOVAK STUDIES: GENERAL soB Slovak Studies II. SLOVAK STUDIES By R. AuTY, Professor of Comparative Philology of the Slavonic Languages in the University of London (The place of publication is Bratislava unless otherwise indicated) GENERAL The Chronique of RSl continues to record Slovak items: M. Vey, ' Chronique. Slovaque. Linguistique ', RSl, xli, 29 s-8; H. Granjard, 'Chronique. Slovaque. Litterature et histoire litte­ raire ', ib., 298-300; M. Vey, 'Chronique. Slovaque. Litterature dite populaire et ethnographie ', ib., 30o-2. The soth birthday of S. Peciar provides the occasion for an appreciation of his work and a bibliography of his publications: E. J 6na, 'Riaditel' dr. Stefan Peciar pat' desiatrocny ', SR, xxvii, 300-2; L. Dvonc, 'Supis pnic Stefana Peciara', ib., 302-10. LANGUAGE I. LEXICOLOGY A valuable study on Turkish elements in the Slovak lexicon comes from V. Blanar, 'Otazka lexikalnych turcizmov v slovencine', JC, xiii, 76-87. 2. HISTORY OF THE LANGUAGE A valuable study analyses the sparse and often indirect evidence concerning the development and cultivation of the Slovak language in the Middle Ages: E. Pauliny, 'ZaCiatky kulturneho jazyka slovenskej narodnosti ', Jazykovedne studie, vi, 5-41. K. Habov­ stiakova continues her important investigations into the language codified by Bernolak and its sources: K. Habovstiakova, 'Vyznam Bernolakovho jazykovedneho diela v dejinach spisovnej slovenCiny', SR, xxvii, 321-33; I d., 'Pramene Bernolakovej kodifikacie spisovnej slovenCiny', SSH, viii, 313-37. The discovery of the MS. of a work by Jan Skopoly published in 1775 provides more material for the study of the language of Trnava in the period before Bernolak: F. Gregor, 'Bemerkungen iiber eine slowakische Handschrift des 18. Jahrhunderts', ib., 79-106. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies Brill

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soB Slovak Studies II. SLOVAK STUDIES By R. AuTY, Professor of Comparative Philology of the Slavonic Languages in the University of London (The place of publication is Bratislava unless otherwise indicated) GENERAL The Chronique of RSl continues to record Slovak items: M. Vey, ' Chronique. Slovaque. Linguistique ', RSl, xli, 29 s-8; H. Granjard, 'Chronique. Slovaque. Litterature et histoire litte­ raire ', ib., 298-300; M. Vey, 'Chronique. Slovaque. Litterature dite populaire et ethnographie ', ib., 30o-2. The soth birthday of S. Peciar provides the occasion for an appreciation of his work and a bibliography of his publications: E. J 6na, 'Riaditel' dr. Stefan Peciar pat' desiatrocny ', SR, xxvii, 300-2; L. Dvonc, 'Supis pnic Stefana Peciara', ib., 302-10. LANGUAGE I. LEXICOLOGY A valuable study on Turkish elements in the Slovak lexicon comes from V. Blanar, 'Otazka lexikalnych turcizmov v slovencine', JC, xiii, 76-87. 2. HISTORY OF THE LANGUAGE A valuable study analyses the sparse and often indirect evidence concerning the development and cultivation of the Slovak language in the Middle Ages: E. Pauliny, 'ZaCiatky kulturneho jazyka slovenskej narodnosti ', Jazykovedne studie, vi, 5-41. K. Habov­ stiakova continues her important investigations into the language codified by Bernolak and its sources: K. Habovstiakova, 'Vyznam Bernolakovho jazykovedneho diela v dejinach spisovnej slovenCiny', SR, xxvii, 321-33; I d., 'Pramene Bernolakovej kodifikacie spisovnej slovenCiny', SSH, viii, 313-37. The discovery of the MS. of a work by Jan Skopoly published in 1775 provides more material for the study of the language of Trnava in the period before Bernolak: F. Gregor, 'Bemerkungen iiber eine slowakische Handschrift des 18. Jahrhunderts', ib., 79-106.

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