The Concise Oxford Companion to the English Language

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Language is the life blood of a culture, and to be interested in culture is in some sense to be interested in language, in the shapes and sounds of words, in the history of reading, writing, and speech, in the endless variety of dialects and slangs,
Ramnagel
Wrote 6/13/09
A Guide For Scholars And Language Geeks
One can rarely match Oxford for this sort of book. This is a handy volume (hence the "Concise" of the title) that can be easily hefted in one hand. But do not be fooled: this book contains more than you will ever know about English usage. Dipping in...Continua

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