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Selected Proceedings of the 2012 Symposium on New Approaches in English Historical Lexis (HEL-LEX 3)
edited by R. W. McConchie, Teo Juvonen, Mark Kaunisto, Minna Nevala, and Jukka Tyrkkö
Printed edition: $220.00

Contents

Introduction
R. W. McConchie
v-viii (abstract or complete paper)

DARE, Dialect, and Techniques of Historical Lexicography
Michael Adams
1-13 (abstract or complete paper)

"Life-Writing": The Lexicographer as Biographer in the Oxford English Dictionary
Lynda Mugglestone
14-26 (abstract or complete paper)

Sampling in Historical Lexicographic Research
Agnieszka Anuszka Bukowska
27-34 (abstract or complete paper)

The Lexicon of Botany Texts in Ireland and England: A Contrastive and Diachronic Case Study from the Late Modern English Period
Daniela Cesiri
35-46 (abstract or complete paper)

Lexical Fossils in Present-Day English: Describing and Delimiting the Phenomenon
Stephen James Coffey
47-53 (abstract or complete paper)

Culturomics and Genre: Wrath and Anger in the 17th Century
Hans-Jürgen Diller
54-65 (abstract or complete paper)

Lexicography as a Form of Sentimental Education in the 18th Century: The Dictionary of Love
Giovanni Iamartino
66-86 (abstract or complete paper)

On Some Improvements in Accessibility of Lexical Items in the Chambers Dictionary (1867-2011)
Mariusz Kamiński
87-96 (abstract or complete paper)

Scare Quotes and Glosses: Indicators of Lexical Innovation with Affixed Derivatives
Mark Kaunisto
97-106 (abstract or complete paper)

"The Most Discriminating Plagiarist": The Unkindest Cut (and Paste) of All
R. W. McConchie
107-119 (abstract or complete paper)

Bullokar's and Cockeram's Interest in Word Formation: Treatment of Derivatives in the Earliest English Dictionaries
Kusujiro Miyoshi
120-127 (abstract or complete paper)

Traveling Words, the Words of Traveling: 17th Century English Travelogues of Italy
Laura Pinnavaia
128-140 (abstract or complete paper)

Tracing the Sources of Krystyn Lach-Szyrma's English-Polish Dictionary (1828): Inspired or Borrowed?
Mirosława Podhajecka
141-158 (abstract or complete paper)

So What's Wrong with "Buxom"? Samuel Johnson, Poetical Language, and Semantics
Allen Reddick
159-165 (abstract or complete paper)

Latin Loans in Old English and Finnish Loans in Modern English: Can We Distinguish Statistics from Myth?
Olga Timofeeva
166-176 (abstract or complete paper)

'My Intent Is Onelie to Further Those That Be Willing to Learne': The Lexicon of Mid-Sixteenth-Century Surgical Books in Context
Jukka Tyrkkö
177-188 (abstract or complete paper)