III SPANISH SPANISH LANGUAGE By IG. GONZALEZ-LLUBERA Professor of Spanish in the Queen's University, Belfast I. I94o-I948 PAN 1 s H philology has seen in the last decade a partial S resumption of activities. The venerated IUaster of the last generations is still with us and at work and his counsel and example an inspiration to all. The Centro de Estudios Historicos and its philological sections have been suc ceeded by new institutions inheriting the legacy of a quarter of a century of achievement. Amongst other projects which were being planned at the start of the Spanish war was the dictionary of medieval Spanish: to our knowledge it has not gone beyond that stage. Nor has the long-promised glossary to the Origenes del espaiiol yet appeared. In these circumstances provisional word-lists as Victor R. B. Oelschlager's A medieval Spanish Word-List (Madison, 1940) are of considerable assistance. Within a deliberately modest scope this work fulfils its purpose: the author's original plan was to cover all available sources to the close of the 13th cent., but he felt it advisable later to restrict himself to the period 990-1220, including, however, Berceo's works. The book comprises gooo words, excluding variants and other
The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Feb 21, 1951
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