Un lessico settoriale estinto: la lingua solfaresca nelle scritture

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Abstract

The voices of this late nineteenth-century lexicon, now extinct in the concrete uses and even of the memories of the last sulfur miners, can be found - in relation to the written texts - in the folkloric collections of mining songs, in the diaristic testimonies of three foreign women (Chapman, Hamilton- Caico; White Mario), in socio-economic texts, in the registers and technical minutes, in some literary text (Pier Maria Rosso di San Secondo, Luigi Pirandello, Alessio Di Giovanni, Giuseppe Giusti Sinopoli, Andrea Camilleri, Angelo Petix). The article focuses on the phonetic and morphological treatment of some voices, starting from the different types of text. In particular on the items carusu (shoulder conveyor), fumu (sulfur dioxide), scaluni ruttu (construction technique of the underground stairs), vucca / buca (entrance in the galleries), carcaruna (ovens), piancrinatu (inclined plane).
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)305-324
Numero di pagine20
RivistaBOLLETTINO - CENTRO DI STUDI FILOLOGICI E LINGUISTICI SICILIANI
Volume30
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2019

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