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Date of Award

10-1966

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Romance Languages

Supervisor

G. Laurion

Language

English

Abstract

This work studies historically the preposition de, tracing the development of three important constructions with de from Latin to Old French. It also attempts to draw conclusions from the historical facts in accordance with modern synchronic linguistics, the aim being to promote the integration of synchronic and diachronic linguistics, particularly in the field of syntax.

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