Katja Brankačkec, František Martínek, Ladislav Futtera
Language purism in Bohemia and Lusatia in the last third of 19th century and the first third of the 20th century
Although we identify a wide range of similarities in the language situation and the standardisation process of Czech, Upper and Lower Sorbian during the end of the 19th century and the first four decades of the 20th century, there are also a number of specifics: in development, Czech was ahead of Upper Sorbian, and in turn, Lower Sorbian reached its “revival” later than Upper Sorbian. Czech reached the stage of a fully functional standard language, while both varieties of Sorbian, in contrast, only achieved a lower stage of development. These specifics result in a differing range of puristic interventions and puristic successes.
Key words: Czech, Sorbian, national revival, purism, standardisation
Klíčová slova: čeština, lužická srbština, národní obrození, purismus, standardizace
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