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INTERJECTION AS VIEWED BY LATIN GRAMMARIANS
(Gabriela-Alina Sauciuc, published in Revue Roumaine de Linguistique, 2004, XLIX, 1-4, 101-118).

Abstract

The article is an overview of the various aspects characterizing the interjection - probably the most controversial linguistic unit in the history of grammatical tradition and modern linguistics - as Latin grammarians outlined them, especially in the post classic and late antiquity. The present study is based on a corpus represented by Henricus Keil's Grammatici Latini, a most valuable and unique collection of the survived fragments from ancient grammars written in Latin [1].



CONTENT

1. INTERJECTION "A NEGLECTED PART OF SPEECH"
2. THE INTERJECTION IN CLASSICAL AND LATE ANTIQUITY
2.1. The interjection as an independent part of speech
2.2. Etymological issues
2.3. Interjection and other parts of speech homonymy, confusion, conversion problems of categorization
2.4. Interjections anomalous linguistic elements
2.5. Types of interjection
2.5.1. Taxonomy by form
2.5.2. Inventory and "semantic" description
Footnotes
Bibliography

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