Tag Archives: Charlotte Brontё

In favour of intensifiers

And here is Ekaterina Krokhina’s second blogpost, nicely continuing her findings after the first. A good example of work in progress.            I am really very much indebted to you for your well-filled and very interesting letter (1832; Charlotte Brontё to … Continue reading

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On the history of most

I’m teaching a course on Late Modern English letters this semester, for which all participants (as in earlier courses on the subject) have to write two blog posts on a topic relating to what we’re doing in the course. Here … Continue reading

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