Scipion Dupleix: Liberté de la langue françoise dans sa pureté

Douglas A Kibbee (Editor), Marcus Keller (Editor)

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Abstract

Too much of a Gascon character for the court, Scipion Dupleix and his contributions to the linguistic debates of the Grand Siècle deserve to be revisited. His critiques of Vaugelas uphold the “freedom of each” as far as language is concerned, and emphasize the social ramifications of punctilious disputes over grammar.
Original languageFrench
PublisherClassiques Garnier
Number of pages634
ISBN (Print)978-2-406-07130-3
DOIs
StatePublished - 2018

Publication series

NameDescriptions and Theories of the French Language
No.3

Keywords

  • Linguistique historique
  • xviie siècle
  • Remarqueurs
  • absolutisme
  • langue standard
  • stylistique

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