Given that all the other wikis have a page on Free indirect speech, would it be logical to move this page to Sermo obliquus liberus? And add a section to explain the diff between sermo rectus, sermo obliquus and sermo obliquus liberus?--Rafaelgarcia 01:51, 14 Septembris 2009 (UTC)
- If I've got it right, style indirect libre is not quite the same concept as oratio obliqua. Oratio obliqua (= indirect speech) is a familiar term in Latin grammar and probably deserves a page right here.
- I wouldn't dispute that style indirect libre deserves a page as well, but I wouldn't see it as the same page. I had never heard an English name for it! but I guess Jane Austen uses it, and many after her. I wonder what her name for it would have been. [Andrew Dalby]