A Mouthful of Air

Language, Languages...Especially English by Anthony Burgess

Publisher: Quill

Written in English
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  • General,
  • Word Lists,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7726815M
ISBN 10068813789X
ISBN 109780688137892

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Burgess has demonstrated his passion for language in his fiction, his essays and reviews, and his multivolumed autobiography (You've Had Your Time,etc.)&#;but now, at he explains it, sharing in this personable yet encyclopedic survey his intimate and extensive knowledge of the "miracle" of it.

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Burgess advances this point by presenting a fascinating survey of language--how it operates, and how it will develop in the future--that ranges from Shakespearean pronunciation to the place of English in the world family of languages.

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