The article offers an overview of how contemporary users of Anglo-Norman conceived, identified, and defined the dialect that they used. A close analysis of first-hand evidence for linguistic self-consciousness shows how attitudes to Insular French changed as the multilingual and multicultural contexts which conditioned its use developed over time.

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Nottingham Medieval Studies

Nottingham Medieval Studies

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Print ISSN: 0078-2122 Online ISSN: 2507-0444

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