Phonological analysis of early nineteenth century Tyneside dialect literature: Thomas Wilson’s The Pitman’s Pay

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Abstract

Linguistic documentation of the phonology of Tyneside English is, like other urban British dialects, relatively recent. Strictly linguistic records of the phonology of north-east English dialects began in the late nineteenth-century with Ellis (1889) and Wright (1905), though these are fragmentary, difficult to interpret and, in the case of Wright’s data, not assignable to a precise location.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDialect Writing and the North of England
EditorsPatrick Honeybone, Warren Maguire
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Chapter11
ISBN (Electronic)9781474442589, 9781474442572
ISBN (Print)9781474442565
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sep 2020

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