[Spellyans] final -y in verbal nouns

Ian Jackson iacobianus at googlemail.com
Wed Apr 7 19:00:11 BST 2021


Kevin is right, I’ve looked for this book myself. Is there any chance that Rod could arrange to make the chapter in question available once more? Would some website host it? I’d be happy to take it on to skeulantavas.com if copyright could be sorted out at no, or only small, charge.

 

Ian Jackson

 

From: Spellyans <spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net> On Behalf Of Herbie Blackburn
Sent: 07 April 2021 18:20
To: 'Standard Cornish discussion list' <spellyans at kernowek.net>
Subject: Re: [Spellyans] final -y in verbal nouns

 

Thanks.

 

Sounds an interesting read, but unfortunately not available anywhere.

 

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From: Spellyans [mailto:spellyans-bounces at kernowek.net] On Behalf Of Nicholas Williams
Sent: 07 April 2021 18:08
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Subject: Re: [Spellyans] final -y in verbal nouns

 

Nance was not, in my view, a good linguist. Read Rod Lyon’s chapter ‘Medieval Romantic or Language Visionary’ in Peter Thomas and Derek Williams, Setting Cornwall on its Feet (Francis Boutle 2007) ISBN 978 1 903427 34 7 and you can see what Caradar thought of Nance as a linguist.

 

 

On 7 Apr 2021, at 16:02, Herbie Blackburn <kevin.blackburn1 at ntlworld.com <mailto:kevin.blackburn1 at ntlworld.com> > wrote:

 

I am still at an utter loss as to why Cornish revival was not just simply a continuation of the fantastic work Nance did.

 

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