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The life and growth of language
William Dwight Whitney
|Statement||with a new introduction by Roy Harris.|
|Series||British linguistics in the nineteenth century|
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Read this book on Questia. The present work needs only a few words by way of introduction. That its subject calls for treatment in the series of which it forms a part, especially at this time, when men's crude and inconsistent views of language are tending to crystallize.
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