Form and Content in Revived Cornish: Reviews and essays in criticism of Kernowek Kemyn

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Kernowek Kemyn, a form of spelling currently promoted by the Cornish Language Board, has been subject to sustained criticism for nearly two decades since its inception. The form and content of the Cornish Language Board's publications continue to invite criticism and have inspired this volume. The essays begin with Michael Everson's review of recent Cornish Language Board typography, includ­ing the second edition of Ken George's "Gerlyver Kres", the New Testament in Kernowek Kemyn, George's "Gerlyvrik", and the recent and controversial "prelimi­nary edition" called in Kernowek Kemyn "Bywnans Ke". This is followed by a reprint of Ever­son's review of the first edition of George's "Gerlyver Kres", since reference is made to it in the first article. Craig Weatherhill, one of Cornwall's foremost experts on place-names, pro­vides the next two articles, both reviews of Cornish Language Board pub­li­ca­tions, "Place-Names in Cornwall" and "The Formation of Cornish Place-Names". Ray Chubb and Craig Weatherhill collaborated on a short paper in which they provide an analysis of the similarity of Revived Cornish orthographic forms to traditional spellings of Cornish place-names. Bernard Deacon provides two insightful articles, the first on the values expressed in Kernowek Kemyn rhetoric, and the second on the aims and methods of the Cornish Language Board. Finally, Nicholas Williams reviews "An Testament Nowydh" edited by Keith Syed and published by the Cornish Language Board.

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