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BARBER, CHARLES. - Linguistic Change in Present-Day English.

Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1964. 0. 1st ed. "The aim of the book is to give an account of the changes which have taken place in the English language in England in the past few decades. The idea behind this is that the living language is the right place to begin all language study, and that this applies to historical linguistics as much as to descriptive linguistics." Pp.10/154, owners name to fep. Black cloth, gilt title to spine. VG.
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