Shakespeare Lexicography. Trends of development (XVIII-XX cc.)

Page593-600
AuthorOlga M. Karpova
TitleShakespeare Lexicography. Trends of development (XVIII-XX cc.)
AbstractThe aim of my work is to give a comprehensive picture of the development of Shakespeare lexicography during the past three centuries. More than 100 reference books compiled in different lexicographic forms (concordance, index, glossary and lexicon) have been analysed beginning from reference books with a limited prescriptive corpus of mainly "significant", "hard" or "remarkable" words up to a universal and complete registrative Shakespeare dictionary which combines the best features of all existing lexicographic forms. The analysis gives exhaustive material for a typology of Shakespeare dictionaries, i.e. a Shakespeare lexicography map.
SessionPART 6 - Historical and Scholarly Dictionaries, and other Lexicographical Topics
KeywordsConcordance, glossary, lexicon, Shakespeare lexicography, Spevack.
BibTex
@InProceedings{ELX92_2-038,
author = {Olga M. Karpova},
title = {Shakespeare Lexicography. Trends of development (XVIII-XX cc.)},
pages = {593-600},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th EURALEX International Congress},
year = {1992},
month = {aug},
date = {4-9},
address = {Tampere, Finland},
editor = {Hannu Tommola & Krista Varantola,Tarja Salmi-Tolonen & Jurgen Schopp},
publisher = {Tampereen YIiopisto},
isbn = {951-44-3111-1},
}
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