By Peter Rickard
This well-established and well known booklet offers scholars with the entire linguistic historical past they want for learning any interval of French literature. For the second one version the textual content has been revised and up-to-date all through, and the 2 ultimate chapters on modern French, and its place as an international language, were thoroughly rewritten. beginning with a short description of the Vulgar Latin spoken in Gaul, and the earliest recorded types of French, Peter Rickard lines the improvement of the language in the course of the later heart a while and Renaissance to teach the way it grew to become standardized in a close to smooth shape within the 17th and eighteenth centuries.
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Unlike their Carolingian predecessors, the Capetian kings were firmly established in a fixed capital, and that capital was Paris. Not only was the royal Court there, the law-courts were there also, and so were those schools which were soon to constitute themselves into a university. Saint-Denis, close by, was the spiritual centre of the kingdom. Not for nothing do the heathen in the Song of Roland say that when they conquer France they will be able to ‘lie in the town of Saint-Denis’ (1. 973), for that would have symbolised the total defeat of the French and of Christendom.
F. F. F. F. F. il montra). F. F. F. F. F. F. F. F. F. F. F. fronceüre). L. taedet) and deriving from inodiare, is of phonetic interest because g appears to be an attempt to render the palatalisation of [d]+[j] (cf. iusu from deorsum in the same text). To explain why the written Latin of the end of the eighth century and early ninth was singularly unsuited to throw light on the major changes discussed earlier, it is necessary to mention the Carolingian reforms of the late eighth century. Charlemagne, by far the greatest and most enlightened of the later Carolingian kings, decreed that there should be schools of young clerks (lectores) in every monastery and in every bishop’s house.
A History of the French Language by Peter Rickard