During the last decade and a half a number of studies on negation and allied topics in French have appeared. These studies have been undertaken from two points of view: on the one hand there have been articles on negation in general1, works dealing with specific negative expressions2 and also a weü-documented book on exceptive expressions3; and on the other, studies examining negation in individual texts4. The studies on G. Price, The Negative Particles pas, mie and point in French, Archivum Linguisticum, 14, 1962, 1-34; G. Moignet, L'opposition Non/ne en ancien frangais, Travaux de langue et de littorature, 3, 1965, 41-65. 2 G. Price, Old and Middle French non pas pour chose que: 'not because', Romance Philology, 15, 1961/2, 18-21, and Deux notes sur la syntaxe de pas en ancien frangais, Roma,nia, 83, 1962, 377-383; R. Martin, Le mot 'rien' et ses concurrents en francais (du xive siecle a l'&poque contenaporaine), Paris, 1966; and especially witness the controversy surrounding the origin of the expression de sä femme ne voit mie (the original article on this matter appeared in 1951; G. Tilander, De sä femme ne voit mie, Studia Neophilologica, 24, 1951, 1--39): G. Price, Ancien frangais de sä
Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie (ZrP) – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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