STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No. 1

1984

sAbstracts of the Presentations at the 1st Annual Conference of MEAt

 

 

Priestley's Rudiments and Johnson's Dictionary

Kusujiro Miyoshi

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Johnson the Philologist: An Introductory Survey

Daisuke Nagashima

15

On the Use of the Modal Auxiliaries in Early Modern English: A Diachronic Study

Hirozo Nakano

21

Three Traits in the Development of the Negative Sentence in Modern English

Masatomo Ukaji

30

sAbstracts of the Symposiumt

 

 

Style of Modern English

Masanori Toyota

41

A Syntactic Approach to 17th Century English Prose

Toshio Saito

43

The Language of Fiction in The Spectator: With Special Reference to Nominal Style

Hiroyuki Ito

52

Spoken English: Fact and Fiction

Michio Kawai

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No. 2

1985

sArticlest

 

 

Language Change \ From a Perspective Lexical Diffusion

Mieko Ogura

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On the Ordering of Phonological Rules and the Great Vowel Shift in English

Norio Yamada

21

On the Reanalysis of the Modal Auxiliaries in English

Hirozo Nakano

48

Contrastive Expressions in Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper

Osamu Ueda

76

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.3

1986

sArticlest

 

 

Adverbial But in Some Elizabethan Writings

Akira Wada

1

Auxiliary Have in Samuel Pepys's 'Diary', With Special Reference to Mutative Verbs : ( 1) A Statistical Study 

Fujio Nakamura

23

On the Advent of Syntactic Affix -ing : Some Remarks on Gerundive Constructions

Makiyo Niwa

53

There Sentences in the Authorized Version of the Bible

Kaneaki Arimura

71

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

On the Construction 'Vote Conservative'

Sadao Ando

85

Linguistic Changes: From a New Angle of Observation

Osamu Koma

91

The Accusative With Infinitive and an Historical Syntax of Say

Masachiyo Amano

97

sReviewst

 

 

Kenji Kondo, An Origin of Prepositional Constructions in English : A Review

Ko Miyake

103

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.4

1987

sArticlest

 

 

Why Has Only the "Genitive Case" Survived?

Ryuichiro Hamasaki

1

Historical Development of Verb-Particle Constructions

Minoru Fukuda @

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On the Demise of Impersonal Constructions

Masayuki Ohkado @

45

Numerals "tens and digits" in Biblical Translations

Isao Hashimoto

69

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

A History of Modern English Linguistics: An Introduction

Tetsuro Hayashi

83

A Note on Johnson's Etymology

Daisuke Nagashima

89

The Headless Construction Principle

Hirozo Nakano

95

Remarks on Epistemic Must

Harumi Sawada

101

sReviewt

 

 

Mieko Ogura: Historical English Phonology: A Lexical Perspective

Noriko Yamada 113

 

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.5

1988

sArticlest

 

 

Prescriptivism in Grammar and Lexicography from the Eighteenth Century to the Present

Kosei Minamide 

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The Structure of Impersonal Constructions

Miki Kobayashi

17

On the Diachronic Change of /h/ in English

Yasuko Suzuki

35

A Consideration of the Historical Development of [NP to VP]Constructions

Miyuki Nagasaki

61

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Word-formation in English Learners' Dictionaries: With Reference to Stein's View of 'Productivity'

Megumi Higashimori@

79

sReviewst

 

 

Nobuharu Miwa: Essays on the History of English

Masatomo Ukaii@

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.6

1989

sArticlest

 

 

CP,@DP,@ECP: A Historical Analysis of English Noun Phrases in GB Theory

Tatsuya Suzuki

1

On the Vocabulary of The Prelude

Ken Nakagawa

35

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

The Classification of the Phrasal Verb in English

Yoshinobu Niwa

45

Psychology as a Cause of Sound Change

Mikio Hirabayashi

55

Some Problems of Shakespeare's Language and Style

Kiichiro Nakatani

63

On the Topic-Subject Construction in Japanese, OE and Present-day English

Kiyoshi Takahashi

69

Pseudogapping in Shakespearean English

Nobuhiro Tanaka

77

sReviewst

 

 

Ans van Kemenade: Syntactic Case and Morphological Case in the History of English

Koichiro Hamasaki

89

 

 

 

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.7

1990

sArticlest

 

 

Grouping Early Dramatic Works Based on the Similarity of Rime Words \from quantitative to qualitative analysis

Takao Kuya

1

Pro Revisited: A Case Study of Old English

Shin Oshima@

29

Noun-modifying Present Participles: A Comparative Analysis of -ende and -ing

Makiyo Niwa@

55

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

On Null Objects in Early English

Kaneaki Arimura@

73

sReviewst

 

 

Tetsuro Hayashi: Prolegomena to the Historiography of English Linguistics

Ko Miyake@

79

Dieter Stein : The Semantics of Syntactic Change: Aspects of the Evolution of do in English

Fujio Nakamura@

91

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.8

1991

sArticlest

 

 

On Mechanisms of GVS

Noriko Yamane

1

On the Change in Directionality of -role Assignment in English

Kazuhisa Ishikawa

19

A Comparison of Scientific Lectures and Papers with regard to Grammar and Lexis:

 

 

Differences between Speech and Writing

Atsuko Furuta Umesaki

37

Simple Verbs, Prefixed Verbs, and Verb-Particle Combinations in OE and EME Works

Michiko Ogura

55

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Usefulness of the OED for Research into Early Modern English

Akira Wada

75

The Helsinki Corpus of English Texts and Studies in Early Modern English

Toshio Saito

85

sReviewst

 

 

Manfred Görlach: Introduction to Early Modern English

Sadao Ando

97

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

 

 

No.9

1992

sArticlest

The Comparison of Adjectives in 16th-Century English

Yukio Haraguchi

1

Non-Personal Where-Compounds in Shakespeare's Tragedies

Masakatsu Mizuno@

19

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Towards a More Complete Critical Edition: A Case of the Winchester Malory

Yuji Nakao@

39

On Dryden's Prosaic English: Comparative and Contrastive Approach

Keitaro Irie@

47

English Word Formation: With Special Reference to Shakespeare

Hiroshi Yonekura@

53

sReviewst

 

 

Tim William Machan and Charles T. Scott, eds., English in Its Social Contexts: Essays in Historical Sociolinguistics

Kyoko Wakimoto

67

David Lightfoot, How to Set Parameters: Arguments from Language Change

Toshiya Tanaka@

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No. 10

1993

sArticlest

 

 

On the Productivity of the Suffixes -NESS and -ITY : From Chaucer to Shakespeare

Hiroshi Yonekura@

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Regulation of Negative Declarative Sentence with Auxiliary Do : Evidence from Diaries and Letters Written in the 17th-19th Centuries

Fujio Nakamura@

27

sSquibs and Disccussiont

 

 

A Study of English by Computers

Shigeki Suzuki

47

On Have got

Tatsuhiko Toda

57

NegP and Historical Changes of English Negative Sentences

Masaharu Kato

65

sReviewst

 

 

David Denison, English Historical Syntax

Masayuki Ohkado

75

Ian G. Roberts, Verbs and Diachronic Syntax: A Comparative History of English and French

Kaneaki Arimura

80

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No. 11

1995

sArticlest

 

 

Assimilation-at-a-Distance and Moraic Hierarchy

Tetsuo Nishihara

1

The History of Verb Movement in English

Madoka Murakami

17

sThe Rising Award IIt

 

 

On the Change of Genitive Case Assigner in the History of English

Mitsuhiro Ohmura@

47

sSquibs and Generationt

 

 

A Note on Resumptive Pronouns

Hideto Hirose@

63

On the Use of the Helsinki Corpus as an Aid

 

 

to Studying Modern English Syntax

Norihiko Otsu@

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On the Categorial Status of the Infinitive Marker To

 

 

in the History of English

Tomoyuki Tanaka@

79

Syntactic Constructions in The Century of Prose Corpus

Kazuho Mizuno@

87

On the Objective Clitics in OE and Early ME

Keiko Yamamoto@

99

On the Topic-Subject Construction in Japanese and English

Kenji Kondo

105

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Anthony R. Warner, English Auxiliaries: Structure and History

Kazuma Matsubara

113

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.12

1996

sArticlest

 

 

On Doubly-filled CP and DP Constructions in the History of English

Junji Hamamatsu

1

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Verb Phrase Deletion in Paston Letters

Hideto Hirose

17

Case Checking and the Subject of Infinitives

Minoru Fukuda

29

'A of B' Structure in Tintern Abbey Lines

Ken Nakagawa

41

sReviewst

 

 

Eve Sweetser, From Etymology to Pragmatics: Metaphorical and Cultural Aspects of Semantic Structure

Tatsuhiko Toda

51

Paul J. Hopper and Elizabeth C. Traugott, Grammaticalization

Michiko Ogura

58

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLIS1

No.13

1997

sArticlest

 

 

On Phrasal Verbs in Late Modern English

Minoii Akimoto

1

The Survival and the Demise of 'Object Pronoun+Verb' Order in English: An Analysis under the Minimalist Approach

Kazuhisa Ishikawa

17

On the Semantic Development of Verbs of Perception in English

Keisuke Nakano@

37

Lexical vs. Functional Auxiliaries

Tomohiro Yanagi

51

On the Sudden Increase of That-Ellipsis in EmodE

Masayuki Wakayama@

69

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

A Semantic Change in Beside and its Universality

Yoshikazu Ueno

87

Some Foot-Governed Changes in Old English

Norio Yamada@

93

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Cynthia L. Alien, Case Marking and Reanalysis

Miki Kobayashi

101

Adrian Battye and Ian Roberts (eds.) Clause Structure and Language Change

Mitsuru Maeda

108

Tatiana E. Kami?ska, Problems in Scottish English Phonology

Yoshihiro Masuya

118

Joan Bybee, Revere Perkins and William Pagliuca, The Evolution of Grammar: Tense, Aspect, and Modality in the Languages of the World

Hirozo Nakano

122

Michiko Ogura, Verbs in Medieval English: Differences in Verb Choice in Verse and Prose

Yoshinobu Niwa

129

Dieter Kastovsky(ed.) Studies in Early Modern English

Akira Wada

140

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.14

1998

sArticlet

 

 

Imperatives in Eighteenth-century Fictional Speech

Kayoko Fuami

1

sThe Rising Star Award Vt

 

 

Prize Winner: On the Development of Infinitival Constructions in the History of English

Hiroyuki Nawata

29

Highly Recommended: On Subject Extraposition Constructions in the History of English

Masayuki Ohkado

53

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Reconsideration of the Great Vowel Shift

Kazuo Araki

79

The Origins of English Cumulative Color Expressions

Koji Yoshimura

85

sReviewst

 

 

Dieter Stein and Ingrid Tieken-Boon van Ostade (eds.) Towards a Standard English 1600-1800

Hiroyuki Ito

99

Alice C. Harris and Lyle Campbell, Historical Syntax in Cross-linguistic Perspective

Yoko Iyeiri

109

Andreas H. Jucker (ed.) Historical Pragmatics: Pragmatic Developments in the History of English

Hidefumi Kinoshita

114

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.15

1999

sArticlest

 

 

On the Development of the Expletive there in there+be Construction

Michio Hosaka

1

I told him what I thought \Iago's 'lying' by implying\

Shigeo Kikuchi

29

Semi-auxiliary Use of Help

Michiyo Takeda

45

A Study of the Reporting Clause in Fielding's Joseph Andrews : With a Comparative Discussion of Several Contemporary Novels

Kyoko Wakimoto

65

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Me were lever and I had lever

Mayumi Nakamura

93

A Note on the Reflexive Middle Voice and the Conversion between Transitivity and Intransitivity in Comparative-linguistic Perspectives

Yujitsu Ohmori

99

Semantic Notes on the Partitive Genitive: Two Kinds of Partitive Concept and Their Forms

Gen-ichiro Takahashi

109

sReviewst

 

 

Gerry Knowles, A Cultural History of the English Language

Emi Hirota

119

John R. Taylor, Possessives in English: An Exploration in Cognitive Grammar

Osamu Koma

125

Ans van Kemenade and Nigel Vincent (eds.) Parameters of Morphosyntactic Change

Masayuki Ohkado

135

Jeremy Smith, An Historical Study of English: Function, Form and Change

Sayo Yanagi

141

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No. 16

2000

sArticlest

 

 

The 'Historical Thesaurus' as a Tool for Medievalists

Jane Roberts

1

There-Constructions with a Raised Subject: From Middle to Early Modern English

Yuka Makita

25

Overt Subject Raising in the History of English

Tomoyuki Tanaka

47

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Syntax and Semantics of of  in the Construction "It is A(jective) of NP to VP"

Fuminori Matsubara

71

That-Less Subjunctives in Earlier English

Madoka Murakami

85

sReviewst

 

 

Matti Rissanen, Merja Kytön and Kirsi Heikkonen (eds.), Grammaticalization at Work: Studies of Long-term Developments in English

Kozo Kato

99

Ekkehard König & John Van der Auwera (ed), The Germanic Languages

Yoshinobu Niwa

109

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No 17

2001

sArticlest

 

 

The Modal Auxiliary MAY in Shakespeare and Subjectification

Tadao Nomura

1

Focus Movement in Shakespeare's English: An Analysis under Functional Syntax

Shoji Sugiyama@

23

sThe Rising Star Award VIIIt

 

 

(Highly Recommended) A Cognitive Approach to the Historical Development of the Way-Construction

Yasuaki Ishizaki

51

The Head-Feature of Q and the Zero Complementizer in Non-Root Wh-Questions in Middle English.

Fuminori Matsubara@

77

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Discourse Uses of the Perfect: From a Middle English Corpus

Shinji Uchioke

97

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Joan C. Beal, English Pronunciation in the Eighteenth Century Thomas Spence's 'Grand Repository of the English Language'

Kazuo Araki

105

Roger Lass, Historical Linguistics and Language Change

Naoko Kishida

113

Christiane Dalton-Puffer, The French Influence on Middle English Morphology A Corpus-Based Study of Derivation

Kazuho Mizuno

121

Susan Pintzuk, Phrase Structures in Competition: Variation and Change in Old English Word Order

Naoshi Nakagawa

129

sProgram of the 17th Annual Conference of MEAt

 

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sInstructions to Authorst

 

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.18

2002

sArticlest

 

 

Be it Enactedc: English Legal Discourse in Focus

Risto Hiltunen

1

Modality in The Spectator: Negotiating Interpersonal Meanings

Nozomi Hayashi

23

Features vs. Constraint Hierarchy: Verb Movement in English

Madoka Murakami

47

The Development of However from the 16th to the 19th Centuries From A Grammaticalization Perspective

Shihoko Yamamoto

79

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Current Feature Theory and English Phonology

Yasuhito Ishii

97

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Tajima, Matsuji et al. (comps.), A Bibliography of English Language Studies in Japan 1900-1996

Hiroyuki Ito

115

Tony Bex and Richard J. Watts (eds.) Standard English The Widening Debate

Masaharu Kato

123

Laurel J. Brinton and Minoji Akimoto (eds.) Collocational and Idiomatic Aspects of Composite Predicates in the History of English

Tomohiro Kawabata

129

sProgram of the 18th Annual Conference of MEAt

 

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STUDIES IN MODERN ENGLISH

No.19

2003

sArticlest

 

 

The Role of Metonymy in Collocational Choice

Willie Jones

1

Modality and Emotional Expressions: A Case Study of the Semantics and Development of Emotional Should

Mitsuru Maeda

21

sSquibs and Discussiont

 

 

Double Objects Construction of Deprivation and Separation in Early Modern English

Koh-ichi Matsumoto

45

The Rich Agreement Hypothesis and the Loss of Verb Second in English

Hiroyuki Nawata

55

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Claudia Claridge, Multi-Word Verbs in Early Modern English: A Corpus-based Study (Language and Computers 32)

Meiko Matsumoto

63

Olga Fischer, Ans van Kemenade, Willem Koopman and Wim van der Wurff, The Syntax of Early English

Kaneaki Arimura

73

Masatomo Ukaji, A History of English (A Series of Current English Linguistics 8)

Yuji Nakao

83

Bjørg Bækken, Word Order Patterns in Early Modern English (Studia Anglistica Norvegica 9)

Akira Wada

91

sProgram of the 19th Annual Conference of MEAt

 

97

sInstructions to Authorst

 

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