A History of the French Language

By Urban T. Holmes Jr.; Alexander H. Schutz | Go to book overview

A HISTORY OF THE
FRENCH LANGUAGE

by
Urban T. Holmes, Jr.
University of North Carolina
and
Alexander H. Schutz
The Ohio State University

A Revised Edition

1948

Published by
Harold L. Hedrick
2241 Indianola Avenue
Columbus 2, Ohio

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents iii
  • Preface iv
  • Chapter I- Introduction 1
  • References 20
  • Chapter II- Latin and Vulgar Latin 21
  • References 39
  • Chapter III- Low Romance - (Or Pre-Literary French) (700 - 1000 A.D.) 41
  • References 56
  • Chapter IV- Old French - (1000 - 1300) 57
  • References 68
  • Chapter V- The Middle French Period (1300 - 1515) 69
  • References 76
  • Chapter VI- The Humanistic Renaissance (1494-1610) 77
  • References 95
  • Chapter VII- The Seventeenth Century 97
  • References 118
  • Chapter VIII- The Eighteenth Century 121
  • References 134
  • Chapter IX- The Nineteenth Century 135
  • References 150
  • Chapter X- The Present Day 151
  • References 167
  • Appendix I - Vaugelas- Remarques Sur la Langue Francoise (1647) 169
  • Index 185
  • Preliminary Lessons in Old French 1
  • Preface 3
  • Introduction 5
  • Lesson I 9
  • Lesson II 13
  • Lesson III 16
  • Lesson IV 19
  • Lesson V 23
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