Französisch schimpfen: Beleidigungen, Flüche, Sauereien by K. Humann, B. Altheim

By K. Humann, B. Altheim

Mit »Französisch Schimpfen« können wir endlich auch im Urlaub kämpfen und sind nicht länger wehrlos der Willkür sturer Kellner und unfähigen Verkäufern ausgeliefert. Endlich einmal auf Französisch gegenhalten können, Druck machen oder Dampf ablassen - das ist Sinn und Zweck dieses Büchleins. Denn wenn schon die Erholung im Eimer ist, dann wollen wir uns doch wenigstens an den schönsten Streit dieser kostbaren Wochen erinnern können. Bravo, wollen wir sagen können - denen haben wir es aber gegeben!

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Large numbers of southerners occupied positions as professors, school teachers and clergymen (cf. Van Schelven 1921). It is conceivable that the respect and influence accompanying such important functions could have promoted the spread of their linguistic habits to their respective constituencies. T h e extent of this influence is, however, difficult to evaluate. T h e immigrants c a m e from a variety of dialect areas in the south as well as from Germany, Friesland and other northern provinces and presented, therefore, a wide variety of dialectal variants.

Ed. 1952. Kyng Alisaunder. 1: Text. ) Ibid. ---, ed. 1957. Kyng Alisaunder. 11: Introduction, Commentary and Glossary. ) Ibid. ---, ed. 1987. Havelok. Ibid. Steller, Walther. 1928. Abriss der Altfriesischen Grammatik mit Berücksichtigung der westgermanischen Dialeckte des Altenglischen, Altsächsischen und Althochdeutschen. Halle & Saale: M a x Niemeyer. Stenton, Frank. 1989 [1971]. Anglo-Saxon England. Oxford, N e w York: Oxford Univ. Press. BUCCINI Sweet, Henry, ed. 1885. The Oldest English Texts.

In any event, it is clear that the claim that s-accusatives could not have occurred in Old English is wildly exaggerated and seems to be based on the notion that the literary West Saxon dialect can be taken as representative for all the Old English dialects. A detailed review of the actual attestations of feminine and plural accusatives in -s in Middle English is obviously needed. Unfortunately, space restrictions m a k e it impossible to include such a review in this paper and I will therefore be forced to offer only the following observations and refer the reader to the fuller treatment to appear in Buccini (forthcoming b).

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