By Christopher Pountain
A heritage of the Spanish Language via Texts examines the evolution of the Spanish language from the center a long time to the current day. Pountain explores a variety of texts from poetry, via newspaper articles and political files, to a Bunuel movie script and a love letter. With keypoints and a cautious indexing and cross-referencing approach this publication can be utilized as a freestanding heritage of the language independently of the illustrative texts themselves.
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Mes). Keypoint: consonant groups (p. 267). 7 Domna || MSp. 6) < Lat. 1). Keypoints: consonant groups (p. 267); stress (p. 291); palatalisation (p. 280). 12), which is indeed frequently found in early Old Castilian with the spelling Castiella. The -iello/a sufﬁx was eventually to change to -illo/a in Castilian, probably as a result of the reduction of the diphthong before a palatal consonant. Keypoint: vowels (p. 296). 4. 1 Of great interest in such texts is the frequency of illo/a(s) < Lat. √ILLE and ipso/a(s) < Lat.
G. ecclesiam. 3 below. 9–10), where que has an object function. 2). Keypoints: the case-system of Latin (p. 263); relatives (p. 289). ˘ TUS, the etymon of MSp. 18), corresponding to Lat. LA is here used prepositionally (‘by the side of’); this use is also attested in the Old Castilian expressions al lados de, allados de, but it has not survived in Castilian. ˘ TUS, which was a neuter noun of the 3rd declension in Latin, was reanalysed LA Early Romance 33 1111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 1 2 3111 4 5 6 7 8 9 20111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 40111 1 2 3 4 45 46 47111 as a second declension noun, as the now regular plural form lados shows (the Latin plural form was LA˘TE˘RA); OCast.
6) seem to illustrate the use of ipsut and illas in a deﬁning function: ‘the “oliballa” [in the chamber]’, ‘the/those barrels which are stored’. 9) resembles in function a third person object pronoun of Romance (cf. MSp. las envié), though MSp. las has its origin in Lat. ILLAS [ILLE]. Keypoints: the deﬁnite article (p. 270); demonstratives (p. 270). 4 The expression tvam [claritat]em appears to be a way of referring deferentially to a second person. We shall see how, much later, similar third person expressions of the second person notion came to be used to indicate respect, one of which, vuestra merced, formed the basis of MSp.
A History of the Spanish Language through Texts by Christopher Pountain