5 edition of doctrine of correctness in English usage, 1700-1800. found in the catalog.
doctrine of correctness in English usage, 1700-1800.
Sterling Andrus Leonard
Issued also in 1929 as thesis, Columbia University.
|Other titles||Correctness in English usage.|
|LC Classifications||PE1083 .L4 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||62013828|
Taking Text too Seriously: Modern Textualism, Original Meaning, and the Case of Amar's Bill of Rights Modern Textualism, Original Meaning, and the Case of Amar's Bill of Rights, MICH. L. REV. (). THE DOCTRINE OF CORRECTNESS IN ENGLISH USAGE, , at Cited by: 4. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.
The Old English genitive of the neuter pronoun hwæt ('what') was hwæs, which later evolved as whose into the genitive of which. The first recorded instance of inanimate whose occurs in Attested usage increased in Early Modern English, with inanimate whose appearing repeatedly in the works of Shakespeare, in the King James Bible, and in the writings of Milton and others. The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage – Madison: University of Wisconsin. Michael, Ian. English Grammatical Categories and the Tradition to Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Michael, Ian. The Teaching of English from the Sixteenth Century to Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Points of modern english usage LXXXI. The doctrine of correctness in English usage, , Article. perhaps by using the book as the basis for a Author: Frances Austin. The Doctrine of Correctness in English usage, Madison [repr. New York ]. Lynch, Jack and Anne McDermott (eds.). Anniversary Essays on Johnson's Dictionary. Cambridge Michael, Ian. English grammatical categories and the tradition to Cambridge The teaching of English: from the sixteenth century to.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The doctrine of correctness in English usage, -- Author: Leonard, Sterling Andrus, Publication info: New York: Russell & Russell, Excerpt from The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage, Chapter III.
The appeal to authority, whether that of the writer or of another theorist whose ipse d'ixit was assumed to have sway. This extremely common mode of judgment was used by most of the writers here discussed, from Swift to Webster, and of course is still : Sterling Andrus Leonard.
Excerpt from The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage, Chapter III. The appeal to authority, whether that of the writer or of another theorist whose ipse d'ixit was assumed to have : Taschenbuch.
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Margaret Tudeau-Clayton. Thomas Spence’s Grand Repository of the English Language (). Joan C. Beal. Studies of grammar and usage in the Later Modern English Period have tended to take their cue from S.
Leonard’s seminal work The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage (). Whilst acknowledging that there were exceptions (notably Priestley), Leonard emphasised the. The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage –, New York: Russell Lieberman, P.
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3George Harris, Observations upon the English Language (), quoted by Sterling A. Leonard, The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage,Univ. of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature, no.
25 (Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press, ), p. 4William Cobbett, A Grammar of the English Language (London: William Cobbett, ). The book entitled The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage includes specific examples of how English came to adopt some aspects of Latin grammar.
One of those examples the author explains is the use of who and whom, stating that we only used who “until some Latin student began to suspect it bad English, because not agreeable to. The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage, by S. Leonard The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage, by S.
Leonard (pp. ) Review by: P. Gurrey. A Dictionary of the English Language: in which the words are deduced from their originals, and illustrated by examples from the best writers. To which are prefixed, a history of the language, and an English grammar.
2 vols. London: W. : Keith Allan, Kate Burridge. “ John Kirkby and the Practice of Speaking and Writing English: Identification of a manuscript ”.
Leeds Studies in English – Tieken-Boon van Ostade, Ingrid. InCharles C. Fries demonstrated the historical invalidity of the usual rigid prescriptions about expressions indicating future time in "The Periphrastic Future with Shall and Will in Modern English." Among subsequent influential studies was Sterling Andrus Leonard's The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage, ().A Dictionary of English Normative Grammar, Sundby; Bertil; The Book Collector, London: The Library Association The Doctrine of Correctness in English Usage At the end of the preface to his Short Introduction to English Grammar () Robert Lowth (–) makes an appeal for comments on his work.
This article analyses his correspondence with James Merrick (–), a friend and fellow scholar, written between December and Octoberin which he receives such comments. The discussion is an .