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MODERN HUMANITIES RESEARCH
1919–20. M. GUSTAVE LANSON.
1921–22. PROFESSOR W. P. KER, F.B.A., M.A.
Hon. Treasurer. PROFESSOR ALLEN MAWER,
The University, Liverpool.
Sub-Secretary for France.
Fondation Thiers, 5, Rond
Hon. Secretary. PROFESSOR E. ALLISON PEERS,
The University, Liverpool. Sub-Secretary for America. PROFESSOR G. L. VAN ROOSBROECK, 1623, Fourth St, S.E. Minneapolis,
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VI. HISTORY OF LANGUAGE AND GRAMMAR (242–
(a) HISTORICAL AND PERIOD GRAMMARS (242–253)
(c) PHONOLOGY (incl. PHONETICS) (257-285)
(d) INFLECTION AND WORD-FORMATION (286–296)
(f) VULGAR ENGLISH, SLANG, CANT (335–341)
(g) SUBSIDIARY FORMS OF ENGLISH: DIALECT (342–370)
VII. METRE AND STYLE (371-402) •
(a) ACADEMIES AND LEARNED SOCIETIES (403–415)
(c) LITERARY HISTORY (499–597)
(d) LITERARY CRITICISM AND APPRECIATION (598–741)
(e) LITERATURE AND ART: AESTHETICS (743–753)
(f) MISCELLANEOUS (754–852) ·
(6) MIDDLE ENGLISH WRITINGS (928–1012)
(c) MIDDLE SCOTTISH WRITINGS (1013-1014)
XI. OLD AND MIDDLE ENGLISH:SUBSIDIARY (1015-
XII. MODERN ENGLISH (1085–2943)
I. SIXTEENTH CENTURY (1085-1391)
2. SEVENTEENTH CENTURY (1392–1544)
3. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY (1549-1730 a)
4. NINETEENTH CENTURY (1731-2344)
5. TWENTIETH CENTURY (2347–2943)
= Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen. Beitr.
= Beiträge zur Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und
Literatur. Bo. Stud.
= Bonner Studien zur englischen Philologie. Cornhill
=Cornhill Magazine. E.E.T.S.
=Early English Text Society.
=Early Scottish Text Society.
= London Mercury. Münch. Beitr. = Münchener Beiträge zur romanischen und englischen
=Society for Pure English.
=The Times Literary Supplement, London. Wien. Beitr. = Wiener Beiträge zur englischen Philologie. Wört. Sach. =Wörter und Sachen. 2. f. d. Altert. = Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum. With Anz, f. d. Altert. = Anzeiger für deutsches Altertum.
BIBLIOGRAPHY 1921: CORRIGENDA
Page 13. Entry 188 should read Jones, Daniel. Phonetic Readings, etc.
29. Entry 442. For Manzius read Mantzius. 45. Entry 660 should follow 1469. 55. Entry 812 should follow 816. 55. Entry 817 should follow 1095. 73. Entry 1127. See also 1135. 78. Entry 1191 should follow 292. 78. Entry 1193 should follow 1234. 79. Entry 1210 should be under Bibliography. 79. Entry 1212. For Saurat, Denis read Gilbert, A. H. 84. Entry 1312 should precede 1107. 102. Entry 1617. Read Fuller, M. in Addenda. 112. Entry 1776. For Thomas read George. 126. Entry 2018. For E. Kruisinga read A. G. van Kranendonk.