Evaluation of the Wilfred Stroh’s Mors Immortalis Chapter

This is a paper that focuses on the evaluation of the Wilfred Stroh’s Mors Immortalis Chapter. The paper also discusses how the author analyses the chapter.

Evaluation of the Wilfred Stroh’s Mors Immortalis Chapter

In Latin is dead, long live Latin !, Wilfried Stroh includes a chapter entitled “Mors immortalis. Latin dies and becomes immortal. ” You are the lead editor of a academic editorial dedicated to the publication of research on the history of languages romances in general, and the Spanish language in particular. The editorial board and external readers have agreed that the mentioned chapter be published, but you, as the main editor, consider that the author should first review it, expand it, rewrite it and make the transformation from Latin to Romance languages, and especially towards the Spanish language, be clearer and more convincing

Firstly, your essay should be a critical review or evaluation of the chapter, directed directly at the Author. In the evaluation, you must offer specific observations and suggestions for review, expansion or rewriting. Specifically tell the author what to do to make the version end is publishable and also usable for readers interested in Latin changes towards the Romance languages, and especially towards the Spanish language.

Secondly, how can the author make the introduction of the chapter more interesting or attractive?
Thirdly, how could the argument be much more contextualized from the point of view historical, social, cultural, linguistic or political?

Evaluation of the Wilfred Stroh’s Mors Immortalis Chapter

Fourthly, do you consider that the periodization proposed by the author is adequate and appropriate? By than? If not, what periodization would you recommend to the author?
What are the key concepts that the author should develop or elaborate with more detail? Why?

What recommendations would you make to make the analysis or argument of the chapter more sophisticated and detailed in terms of specific changes that Latin underwent in its transformation into Spanish?

What other evidence could the author incorporate that he has not incorporated and why should do what?

Also, what evident limitations does the chapter have that have not yet been addressed, and that the author should i board?

How could the author come to a better, or more interesting, or more definitive conclusion?

For the essay, you must adopt the voice of an editor who provides comments, suggestions and comments: “In this section you must…”; “You can take into account that …”; “By please consider that… ”; “You must integrate Resnik and also Hammond’s argument that …” etc. Be courteous, accurate and professional.