Cara, vale  1 A complete collection of all known published versions of Robert Lowth’s famous epitaph on the death of his beloved daughter Mary.  With a grammatical analysis of Lowth’s original Latin text, and commentary on later versions. 28 pp

George Eliot and Lindley Murray 2 George Eliot’s mentions of Lindley Murray’s English Grammar in Middlemarch and their significance for 19thC cultural history. 6 pp

Illocution and Perlocution  3 A short demonstration of the variety and versatility of English verb-of-motion predicates. 5 figures, 12 pp

Potential Mood  4 Treats the use made of the so-called ‘Potential Mood’ of the English verb by George Eliot and Charles Dickens, showing how the authors use different novelistic devices to attain different ends. The immediate source of the concept of ‘Potential Mood’ is Lindley Murray’s English Grammar. 25 pp

Traditional Grammar and Corpus Linguistics 5 A study of Robert Lowth’s theory and methodology in compiling his Short Introduction to English Grammar. 31 pp

Language Learning Strategies for the Adult  6 Using the twin concepts of competence and performance discusses the method whereby adults learn foreign languages. 10 pp

An Abundance of Negatives  7 A brief history of the concept of multiple negation in English from Robert Lowth to the present day. 12 pp

From Logos to XP: Materials for the history of the concept of the sentence  8 An historical compilation of basic materials for any discussion of the history of the concept Sentence in the western linguistic tradition. 26 pp

Hidden Parallels in George Eliot’s Daniel Deronda 9 An in-depth search for the sources of some of the episodes in George Eliot’s last novel Daniel Deronda. Extensive appendices and explanatory footnotes accompany major incidents. 53 pp

George Eliot (1819-1880), Daniel Deronda (1876): The 19C Context of Klesmer. A Bibliographical Essay & Reference Guide  10 A select annotated bibliography to George Eliot’s later works, especially Daniel Deronda.  Short explanatory texts on major themes followed by four annotated bibliographies on:  Daniel Deronda, England in the 19C, The Jew in English Literature, Shakespeare’s Shylock. 48 pp

Freudvoll, Leidvoll, Gedankenvoll  11 A supplement to ‘Hidden Parallels: Appendix 1’, giving additional information on Goethe’s text, together with musical settings and select performances. 11 pp

Charlotte Brontë (1816-1855) and the Education of Women in the 19th Century  12 A survey of important sources for Charlotte Brontë’s knowledge of English linguistic norms, with an Appendix on James Joyce’s reference to Lindley Murray’s Exercises in English Grammar. 18 pp

A terminological jeu d’esprit. Holzfeuer in einem hölzernen Ofen   13 A short study of interacting commonplaces in linguistics and literature, with particular reference to F. Mauthner’s expression ‘wood fire in a wooden stove’ in early American linguistics.  5 pp

Physics and mathematics versus the language of literature and ambiguity  14 A contrast of Richard Feynman’s distinction between ‘physics’ and its mathematical representation with William Empson’s account of ‘ambiguity’ as a tool for the analysis of literary language. 5pp

German Influence on English and American Language, Life and Letters  15 A select bibliography of English and German annotated texts relevant to German influence on English and American life and letters.  With an appendix of the contributions of Henry Crabb Robinson.  27 pp

Women, Language, and Education  16 A select, annotated bibliography of English and American studies of language and gender (“Sex in Language”), and the education of women, with particular reference to the 19th and early 20th centuries.  With an Appendix on the portrayal of women in fiction.  29 pp

Epilogue:  On Compiling this Web-Site  17 DAR’s reflexions on the writing of these 16 articles and the process of revising them for publication on the web.  6 pp