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Particularități morfologice (morfosintactice) ale unui text românesc de ceremonial din 1763

Publication: Sintaxa ca mod de a fi. Omagiu Gabrielei Pană Dindelegan, la aniversare, p. 423
Editors:Adina Dragomirescu, Alexandru Nicolae, Camelia Stan, Rodica Zafiu
Publisher:Editura Universității din București
Abstract:This article deals with a recently edited Romanian text translated from German, which is preserved in two copies written by the translator himself, Vlad Boțulescu, in the manuscript 68 of the State Archives in Venice. The text describes the election and coronation ceremony of the Holy Roman Emperor and it is one of the few Old Romanian writings which focuses entirely on the ceremony. The analysis discusses several morphologic (morphosyntactic) features of the text and inquires to what extent they can be used in order to have a more accurate image of Vlad Boțulescu‟s innovative techniques of writing.
Key words:ceremonial text, Vlad Boțulescu, 18th century, translations from German, infinitive
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 2

References in this publication: 7

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