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Lund Studies in English is an academic series founded by Professor Eilert Ekwall in 1933. The series is published by the English Unit at the Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL) at Lund University, with Professors Satu Manninen (English Linguistics) and Cian Duffy (English Literature) as the current editors. While many of the more than 120 publications in the series started life as doctoral dissertations, the series accommodates also monographs, textbooks, edited volumes, and other scholarly works by researchers affiliated with English Studies at Lund. The series welcomes contributions in all areas of English Studies, including English language and linguistics, English literature, English applied linguistics, English didactics, as well as the study and teaching of academic and professional/disciplinary English.

The editors ensure that all books published in the series are sound scholarly works of an internationally acceptable standard. The manuscripts are peer-reviewed by colleagues and other experts in the field; they may be sent to external peer-reviewers or to platforms intended for the review, publication, and dissemination of Open Access academic books.

The books published in the series after 2020 are available electronically and are open access. Print copies of many of the books can be ordered on demand.

Editors: Satu Manninen and Cian Duffy

ISSN: 0076-1451

English for sale

Lars Hermerén | English for sale. A study of the language of advertising | Lund Studies in English 99 | 1999

The transience of American Swedish

Staffan Klintborg | The transience of American Swedish | Lund Studies in English 98 | 1999

Alice in the oral-literary continuum

Björn Sundmark | Alice in the oral-literary continuum | Lund Studies in English 97 | 1999

Perspectives on fixedness

Jean Hudson | Perspectives on fixedness. Applied and theoretical | Lund Studies in English 94 | 1998

Strange meetings

Keith V. Comer | Strange meetings. Walt Whitman, Wilfred Owen and poetry of war | Lund Studies in English 91 | 1996

Men and women in T. S. Eliot’s early poetry

Marja Palmer | Men and women in T. S. Eliot’s early poetry | Lund Studies in English 90 | 1996

Into the isle of self

Cecilia Björkén | Into the isle of self. Nietzschean patterns and contrasts in D. H. Lawrence’s The trespasser | Lund Studies in English 89 | 1996

The unstable manifold

Karin Hansson | The unstable manifold. Janet Frame’s challenge to determinism | Lund Studies in English 87 | 1996

T. S. Eliot at the turn of the century

Marianne Thormählen (red.) | T. S. Eliot at the turn of the century | Lund Studies in English 86 | 1994

Woman’s whole existence

Birgitta Berglund | Woman’s whole existence. The house as an image in the novels of Ann Radcliffe, Mary Wollstonecraft and Jane Austen | Lund Studies in English 84 | 1993

Sheer Edge

Karin Hansson | Sheer Edge. Aspects of Identity in David Malouf ’s Writing | Lund Studies in English 83 | 1991

The humanization of Willa Cather

Erik Ingvar Thurin | The humanization of Willa Cather. Classicism in an American classic | Lund Studies in English 81 | 1990

English adverbials in translation

Hans Lindquist | English adverbials in translation. A corpus study of Swedish renderings | Lund Studies in English 80 | 1989

Studies on Middle English local bynames in East Anglia

Stig Carlsson | Studies on Middle English local bynames in East Anglia | Lund Studies in English 79 | 1989

Canada and the Nordic Countries: proceedings from the Second International Conference of the Nordic Association for Canadian Studies, University of Lund, 1987

Jørn Carlsen, Bengt Streijffert (red.) | Canada and the Nordic Countries: proceedings from the Second International Conference of the Nordic Association for Canadian Studies, University of Lund, 1987 | Lund Studies in English 78 | 1988

Saxon place-names in East Cornwall

Örjan Svensson | Saxon place-names in East Cornwall | Lund Studies in English 77 | 1987

Prosodic patterns in spoken English

Bengt Altenberg | Prosodic patterns in spoken English. Studies in the correlation between prosody and grammar for text-to-speech conversion | Lund Studies in English 76 | 1987

Translation studies in Scandinavia

Lars Wollin, Hans Lindquist (red.) | Translation studies in Scandinavia. Proceedings from The Scandinavian Symposium on Translation Theory (SSOTT) II | Lund Studies in English 75 | 1986

Lexis in composition

Moira Linnarud | Lexis in composition. A performance analysis of Swedish learners’ written English | Lund Studies in English 74 | 1986

The sweet sound of concord

Ulla Thagg Fisher | The sweet sound of concord. A study of Swedish learners’ concord problems in English | Lund Studies in English 73 | 1985

The rounded rite

Wiveca Sotto | The rounded rite. A study of Wole Soyinka’s play The Bacchae of Euripides | Lund Studies in English 72 | 1985

On verb complementation in written English

Evert Andersson | On verb complementation in written English | Lund Studies in English 71 | 1985

Eliot’s animals

Marianne Thormählen | Eliot’s animals | Lund Studies in English 70 | 1984

The warped universe

Karin Hansson | The warped universe. A study of imagery and structure in seven novels by Patrick White | Lund Studies in English 69 | 1984

Questions and responses in English conversation

Anna-Brita Stenström | Questions and responses in English conversation | Lund Studies in English 68 | 1984

The portrayal of women in the fiction of Henry Handel Richardson

Eva Jarring Corones | The portrayal of women in the fiction of Henry Handel Richardson | Lund Studies in English 67 | 1983

Turn-taking in English conversation

Bengt Oreström | Turn-taking in English conversation | Lund Studies in English 66 | 1983

English place-names in the dative plural

Nils Wrander | English place-names in the dative plural | Lund Studies in English 65 | 1983

Referential pronouns in English conversation

Cecilia Thavenius | Referential pronouns in English conversation | Lund Studies in English 64 | 1983

Survey of spoken English

Jan Svartvik, Mats Eeg-Olofsson, Oscar Forsheden, Bengt Oreström, Cecilia Thavenius (red.) | Survey of spoken English. Report on research 1975–81 | Lund Studies in English 63 | 1982

The genitive v. the of-construction

Bengt Altenberg | The genitive v. the of-construction. A study of syntactic variation in 17th century English | Lund Studies in English 62 | 1982

Headlinese

Ingrid Mårdh | Headlinese. On the grammar of English front page headlines | Lund Studies in English 58 | 1980

A corpus of English conversation

Jan Svartvik, Randolph Quirk (red.) | A corpus of English conversation | Lund Studies in English 56 | 1980

Studies on Middle English nicknames

Jan Jönsjö | Studies on Middle English nicknames. I, compounds | Lund Studies in English 55 | 1979

Tradition transformed

Sven Bäckman | Tradition transformed. Studies in the poetry of Wilfred Owen | Lund Studies in English 54 | 1979

On modality in English

Lars Hermerén | On modality in English. A study of the semantics of the modals | Lund Studies in English 53 | 1978

The waste land

Marianne Thormählen | The waste land. A fragmentary wholeness | Lund Studies in English 52 | 1978

The Latin element in the vocabulary of the earlier makars Henryson and Dunbar

Bengt Ellenberger | The Latin element in the vocabulary of the earlier makars Henryson and Dunbar | Lund Studies in English 51 | 1977

Papers in contrastive linguistics and language testing

Stig Johansson | Papers in contrastive linguistics and language testing | Lund Studies in English 50 | 1975

John Mirk’s instructions for parish priests

Gillis Kristensson | John Mirk’s instructions for parish priests. Edited from MS Cotton Claudius A II and six other manuscripts with introduction, notes and glossary | Lund Studies in English 49 | 1974

The anatomy of evil

Anders Dallby | The anatomy of evil. A study of John Webster’s The white devil | Lund Studies in English 48 | 1974

The language of truth

Harriet Björk | The language of truth. Charlotte Brontë, the woman question, and the novel | Lund Studies in English 47 | 1974

The universal autobiography of Ralph Waldo Emerson

Erik Ingvar Thurin | The universal autobiography of Ralph Waldo Emerson | Lund Studies in English 46 | 1974

A critical facsimile edition of Thomas Batchelor, An orthoëpical analysis of the English language and An orthoëpical analysis of the dialect of Bedfordshire (1809). Part I

Arne Zettersten | A critical facsimile edition of Thomas Batchelor, An orthoëpical analysis of the English language and An orthoëpical analysis of the dialect of Bedfordshire (1809). Part I | Lund Studies in English 45 | 1974

Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay

Kerstin Assarsson-Rizzi | Friar Bacon and Friar Bungay. A structural and thematic analysis of Robert Greene's play | Lund Studies in English 44 | 1972

The Anglo-Saxon heritage in Middle English personal names

Bo Seltén | The Anglo-Saxon heritage in Middle English personal names. East Anglia [1100–1399] | Lund Studies in English 43 | 1972

The development of OE y and eo in south-eastern Middle-English

Karl-Gustav Ek | The development of OE y and eo in south-eastern Middle-English | Lund Studies in English 42 | 1972

The Northumbrian burr

Christer Påhlsson | The Northumbrian burr. A sociolinguistic study | Lund Studies in English 41 | 1972

This singular tale

Sven Bäckman | This singular tale. A study of The vicar of Wakefield and its literary background | Lund Studies in English 40 | 1971

Marino and Crashaw. Sospetto d’Herode

Claes Schaar | Marino and Crashaw. Sospetto d’Herode. A commentary | Lund Studies in English 39 | 1971

The religious trend in secular Scottish school-books 1858–1861 and 1873–1882

Ellen Alwall | The religious trend in secular Scottish school-books 1858–1861 and 1873–1882. With a survey of the debate on education in Scotland in the middle and late 19th century | Lund Studies in English 38 | 1970

The English of Tristan da Cunha

Arne Zettersten | The English of Tristan da Cunha | Lund Studies in English 37 | 1969

The Middle English Genesis and Exodus

Olof Arngart | The Middle English Genesis and Exodus. Re-edited from MS. C.C.C.C. 444 with introduction, notes and glossary | Lund Studies in English 36 | 1968

A survey of Middle English dialects 1290–1350

Gillis Kristensson | A survey of Middle English dialects 1290–1350. The six northern counties and Lincolnshire | Lund Studies in English 35 | 1967

Studies in the dialect and vocabulary of the Ancrene Riwle

Arne Zettersten | Studies in the dialect and vocabulary of the Ancrene Riwle | Lund Studies in English 34 | 1965

Selected papers

Eilert Ekwall | Selected papers | Lund Studies in English 33 | 1963

Elizabethan sonnet themes and the dating of Shakespeare's sonnets

Claes Schaar | Elizabethan sonnet themes and the dating of Shakespeare's sonnets | Lund Studies in English 32 | 1962

Phonological dialect constituents in the vocabulary of standard English

Ulf Jacobsson | Phonological dialect constituents in the vocabulary of standard English | Lund Studies in English 31 | 1962

The published writings of Eilert Ekwall

Eilert Ekwall | The published writings of Eilert Ekwall. A bibliography compiled by Olof von Feilitzen | Lund Studies in English 30 | 1961

An English fourteenth century Apocalypse version with a prose commentary

Elis Fridner | An English fourteenth century Apocalypse version with a prose commentary. Edited from MS Harley 874 and ten other MSS | Lund Studies in English 29 | 1961

An Elizabethan sonnet problem

Claes Schaar | An Elizabethan sonnet problem. Shakespeare’s Sonnets, Daniel’s Delia, and their literary background | Lund Studies in English 28 | 1960

Etymological notes on English place names

Eilert Ekwall | Etymological notes on English place names | Lund Studies in English 27 | 1959

James Douglas on English pronunciation c. 1740

Börje Holmberg | James Douglas on English pronunciation c. 1740 | Lund Studies in English 26 | 1956

Some types of narrative in Chaucer’s poetry

Claes Schaar | Some types of narrative in Chaucer’s poetry | Lund Studies in English 25 | 1954

Studies in the theory of the parts of speech

Rudolf Magnusson | Studies in the theory of the parts of speech | Lund Studies in English 24 | 1954

An exposition of Qui habitat and Bonum est in English

Björn Wallner (red.) | An exposition of Qui habitat and Bonum est in English | Lund Studies in English 23 | 1954

Christopher Cooper’s English teacher

Bertil Sundby (red.) | Christopher Cooper’s English teacher. (1687) | Lund Studies in English 22 | 1953

The phonology of the Middle English dialect of Sussex

Sven Rubin | The phonology of the Middle English dialect of Sussex | Lund Studies in English 21 | 1951

Studies on the local sense of the prepositions in, at, on, and to, in modern English

Karl-Gunnar Lindkvist | Studies on the local sense of the prepositions in, at, on, and to, in modern English | Lund Studies in English 20 | 1950

Middle English occupational terms

Bertil Thuresson | Middle English occupational terms | Lund Studies in English 19 | 1950

The dialect and provenance of the Middle English poem The Owl and the Nightingale

Bertil Sundby | The dialect and provenance of the Middle English poem The Owl and the Nightingale. A linguistic study | Lund Studies in English 18 | 1950

Critical studies in the Cynewulf group

Claes Schaar | Critical studies in the Cynewulf group | Lund Studies in English 17 | 1949

Studies on the Dorset dialect

Bertil Widén | Studies on the Dorset dialect | Lund Studies in English 16 | 1949

The verb 'to be' in Middle English

Gösta Forsström | The verb 'to be' in Middle English. A survey of the forms | Lund Studies in English 15 | 1948

Studies in Old English fractured ea

Henning Hallqvist | Studies in Old English fractured ea | Lund Studies in English 14 | 1948

The rivalry of Scandinavian and native synonyms in Middle English, especially taken and nimen

Alarik Rynell | The rivalry of Scandinavian and native synonyms in Middle English, especially taken and nimen. With an excursus on nema and taka in old Scandinavian | Lund Studies in English 13 | 1948

The syncope of the Old English present endings

Johannes Hedberg | The syncope of the Old English present endings. A dialect criterion | Lund Studies in English 12 | 1945

Studies on Middle English local surnames

Mattias T Löfvenberg | Studies on Middle English local surnames | Lund Studies in English 11 | 1942

Political slang 1759–1850

Uno Philipson | Political slang 1759–1850 | Lund Studies in English 9 | 1941

The language of satirized characters in Poëtaster

Arthur H King | The language of satirized characters in Poëtaster. A socio-stylistic analysis 1579–1602 | Lund Studies in English 10 | 1941

Old English personal names in Bede’s history

Hilmer Ström | Old English personal names in Bede’s history. An etymological-phonological investigation | Lund Studies in English 8 | 1939

Substantival inflexion in Early Old English

Ivar Dahl | Substantival inflexion in Early Old English. Vocalic stems | Lund Studies in English 7 | 1938

On the origin and early development of the auxiliary do

Viktor Engblom | On the origin and early development of the auxiliary do | Lund Studies in English 6 | 1938

Studies on coordinate expressions in Middle English

Urban Ohlander | Studies on coordinate expressions in Middle English | Lund Studies in English 5 | 1936

The Seege of Troye

Gösta Hofstrand | The Seege of Troye. A study in the intertextual relations of the Middle English romance The "Seege or Batayle of Troye" | Lund Studies in English 4 | 1936

Middle English Surnames of Occupation 1100-1350

Gustav Fransson | Middle English Surnames of Occupation 1100-1350. With an Excursus on Toponymical Surnames | Lund Studies in English 3 | 1935

The Synonyms for "child", "boy", "girl" in Old English

Hilding Bäck | The Synonyms for "child", "boy", "girl" in Old English. An Etymological-Semasiological Investigation | Lund Studies in English 2 | 1934

Old English semantic analysis and theory

Bertil Weman | Old English semantic analysis and theory. With special reference to verbs denoting locomotion | Lund Studies in English 1 | 1933

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