Editorial information for Volume 3

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Table of Contents:

Marina Dossena
University of Bergamo, Italy
Introduction
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Joan Beal & Marco Condorelli University of Sheffield “Cut from the same CLOTH? Variation and change in the CLOTH lexical set.” abstract full text

Massimo Sturiale University of Catania “The social construction of Standard (Spoken) English: Eighteenth-century orthoepists as a ‘discourse community.’” abstract full text

Marina Dossena University of Bergamo “‘Dispensers of knowledge’. An initiatory investigation into nineteenth-century popular(ized) science.” abstract full text

Polina Shvanyukova University of Milan “‘A cargo of coffee, sugar, and indigo’: Transatlantic business correspondence in nineteenth-century business letter-writing manuals.” abstract full text

Isabel Moskowich & Begoña Crespo University of La Coruña “Stance is present in scientific writing, indeed. Evidence from the Coruña Corpus of English Scientific Writing.” abstract full text

Sofia Zea University of La Coruña “Attributive adjectives in eighteenth-century scientific texts from the Coruña Corpus.” abstract full text

Kevin McCafferty University of Bergen “‘I was away in another field […] got’. A diachronic study of the be-perfect in Irish English.” abstract full text

Nataša Stojakovič University of Sarajevo “Diachrony and idiosyncrasy: The subjunctive in the first half of the nineteenth century.” abstract full text

Daisuke Suzuki University of Kyoto “A historical study of English modal adverbs: Evidence from a combination of diachronic corpora.” abstract full text

Ayumi Nonomiya University of Sheffield “THOU and YOU in eighteenth-century English plays.” abstract
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