REVIEW OF Laura Mori (ed.), Observing Eurolects: Corpus analysis of linguistic variation in EU law

Heikki E. S. MATTILA
2019 Comparative Legilinguistics  
Europe has always been multilingual, and linguistic zones have not necessarily followed borders between realms. In the course of historical development, this situation has given rise to the problem of the official status of the languages spoken within state boundaries, and that of their translation for official purposes. One of the best examples, relatively close to our time, is the Habsburg Monarchy, known in the final stage 1 The language of the paper has been checked by Doctor Ellen Valle of
more » ... the University of Turku, to whom the author expresses his warmest thanks.
doi:10.14746/cl.2019.38.4 fatcat:ht5nextt4ffilltcvahk3wqdgy