26.2254, Books: I ‘Ricettari di segreti’ nel Regno di Sicilia (’400–’600) [‘Ricettari di segreti’ in the Kingdom of Sicily (15th–17th Centuries)]: Soares da Silva

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Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2015 16:05:37
From: Linda Steglich [linda.steglich at degruyter.com]
Subject: I ‘Ricettari di segreti’ nel Regno di Sicilia (’400–’600) [‘Ricettari di segreti’ in the Kingdom of Sicily (15th–17th Centuries)]: Soares da Silva

 


Title: I ‘Ricettari di segreti’ nel Regno di Sicilia (’400–’600)
[‘Ricettari di segreti’ in the Kingdom of Sicily (15th–17th
Centuries)] 
Subtitle: La storia dello spazio comunicativo siciliano riflessa in una tradizione
discorsiva plurilingue 
Series Title: De Gruyter Pluralisierung & Autorität 43  

Publication Year: 2015 
Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton
	   http://www.degruyter.com/mouton
	

Book URL: http://www.degruyter.com/view/product/429148?format=G 


Author: Davide Soares da Silva

Electronic: ISBN:  9783110393118 Pages: 286 Price: Europe EURO 99.95
Hardback: ISBN:  9783110354706 Pages: 286 Price: Europe EURO 99.95


Abstract:

Assumendo come campo operativo lo spazio comunicativo siciliano nei secoli XV–XVII, il presente lavoro offre un contributo assai innovativo alla storiografia delle lingue romanze.

Attraverso una capillare analisi di dieci Ricettari di segreti, una tradizione discorsiva scientifico-religiosa tanto contenutisticamente, quanto linguisticamente composita ed eterogenea, si analizzano in maniera esemplare le dinamiche di contatto tra gli idiomi presenti nel Regno di Sicilia (latino, siciliano, toscano, castigliano, ecc.) sia sul piano dell’organizzazione testuale, sia sui livelli fonografematico, morfosintattico e semantico-lessicale. Quanto osservato sul piano dell’analisi testuale in merito al generarsi di varietà di contatto è messo efficacemente in relazione, sul metalivello, alle principali epistemi medioevali e della prima età moderna, a partire dalla concezione scolastico-aristotelica della variazione linguistica per giungere al dibattito rinascimentale sulla Questione della lingua. Dalla connessione dei due piani si traggono lucide conclusioni per una storia della lingua immune a ogni linea di pensiero teleologica. 



Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                     General Linguistics
                     Historical Linguistics
                     Philosophy of Language

Subject Language(s): Italian (ita)
                     Latin (lat)
                     Sicilian (scn)
                     Spanish (spa)

Language Family(ies): Romance


Written In: Italian  (ita)

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