Table of contents for Connectives in the history of English : [selected papers from 13th ICEHL, Vienna, 23-28 August 2004] / edited by Ursula Lenker.

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Table of contents
List of contributors vii 
Foreword ix 
Introduction 
Ursula Lenker and Anneli Meurman-Solin 
1 
Adverbial connectives within and beyond adverbial subordination: 
The history of lest 
María José López-Couso 
11 
To as a connective in the history of English 
Bettelou Los 
31 
From oþ to till: Early loss of an adverbial subordinator 
Matti Rissanen 
61 
Rise of the adverbial conjunctions {any, each, every} time 
Laurel J. Brinton 
77 
The evolution of since in medieval English 
Rafal Molencki 
97 
Grammaticalization and syntactic polyfunctionality: The case of albeit 
Elina Sorva 
115 
On the subjectification of adverbial clause connectives: Semantic and 
pragmatic considerations in the development of while-clauses 
Ana I. Gonz lez-Cruz 
145 
A relevance-theoretic view on issues in the history of clausal connectives 
Carsten Breul 
167 
Forhwi ¿because¿: Shifting deictics in the history of English causal connection 193 
Ursula Lenker 
Conditionals in Early Modern English texts 
Claudia Claridge 
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Relatives as sentence-level connectives 
Anneli Meurman-Solin 
255 
¿Connective profiles¿ in the history of English texts: Aspects of orality 
and literacy 
Thomas Kohnen 
289 
Index 309

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- History -- Congresses.
English language -- Grammar -- Congresses.
English language -- Connectives -- Congresses.
English language -- Grammar, Historical -- Congresses.