Date: Sat, 28 May 1994 19:50:39 -0700
From: "Joseph B. Monda" monda[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]SEATTLEU.EDU
Subject: Re: Textual Dialect & Literacy
On Sat, 28 May 1994, Charles F Juengling wrote:
On Sat, 28 May 1994, Joseph B. Monda wrote:
The work done on Middle English Dialects by I think Moore, Meech and
"Middle English Dialect Characteristics and Dialect Boundaries" by Moore,
Meech and Whitehall. In _Essays and Studies in English and Comparative
Literature_ Ann Arbor: U of Michigan Press. 1935.
Thanks for the correction Charles, but was there something later as
well? It's been a long time, so I don't have the dope at my fingertips.
Besides that work, I would guess that McIntosh and Samuels also fall into
the textual dialect studies as well.
I slipped into about 20 years of administration and lost track. I wish
--adding all to all--- I'd stayed in the classroom fulltime. It's a lot
Byt the by, no one says "spendy" in Seattle. One might hear "pricey," though.