Marijana Dworski Books: Phonetics
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ABERCROMBIE, David
English Phonetic Texts. Studies in General Linguistics Edited by L.R. Palmer.
London, Faber & Faber, 1964. A very nice bright copy in original dust-wrapper. 125pp. Clean and tight. Collectable; Very Good Important work on phonetics. Abercrombie (1909 – 1992) established the Department of Phonetics at the University of Edinburgh. He was a student of J. R. Firth and Daniel Jones. Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 29764
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Mots-clés: L R Palmer|Phonetics|Linguistics|Featured|Daniel Jones|R Firth

 
ALGE, S. & RIPMAN, Walter. RIPPMANN
Dent's First French Book Dent's Modern Language Series.
London, J. M. Dent, 1925. Original blue cloth printed in black, vii+184pp. A very nice bright copy. Clean and tight. Foyles label inside cover. Book slightly cocked (with lean). Not dated, possibly about 1920-25 (c.f. preface and spelling of 'Ripman'), printed by Temple Press Letchworth (flower drawing). 3 colour lithos. very attractive. Language series lists to endpapers. Used; Very Good First published in English in 1898. By the editor of Dent's Modern Language Series Walter Ripman (Rippmann) and M. Alage, a teacher from Switzerland. Ripman, a dynamic and energetic figure who wrote and edited much on language teaching, speech and spelling later published a similar book called "First Steps in French" according to his 'reform method'. He was a major proponent of the use of phonetics in schools; a 'phonetic' edition of this book was also issued. Phonetics are present here in the vocabulary and in some poetry at the back. See "The Real Professor Higgins: The Life and Career of Daniel Jones" Collins, 1999. Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 33557
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Mots-clés: French|Romance Language|Phonetics|Featured|Children's|Language Acquisition|Wilhelm VIëtor|Paul Passy

 
ALTHAUS, L. H..
The Sounds of the Mother Tongue. A Manual of Speech Training for Preparatory and Lower Forms in Secondary Schools, and for Vth, Vith, or Viith Standards in Elementary Schools.
London, University of London Press, 1915. Original blue cloth, lettered in gilt, gilt collection stamp to upper board, 74[i]pp. illustrated. Book a little shaken with Cape town University (Stuttaford Collection) labels and stamps in usual places. Clean and tight. Used; Very Good First published in 1911. Althaus was familiar with William Tilly (Tilley) of the Institut Tilly in Germany, and many of the leading phoneticians in France and Britain at the time. Her prefaces give useful information on methodology and the application of phonetics in the classroom. To that end, she cites Walter Rippmann (Ripman) from a meeting in London. Hardback.
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N° du livre: 33664
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Mots-clés: Phonetics|English|Speech|Walter Ripman|Daniel Jones|William Tilly

 
ANON (Hugo's)
The French Commercial Correspondent on Hugo's Simplified System. Being a Selection of Mercantile Letters Used in Businesses of the Present Day...
London, Hugo's Language Publishing Company, n.d. Not dated, early 1900s. Original green cloth, lettered. 312pp. publisher's list in back. Just a little rubbed at edges, a nice, clean tight copy. Used; Very Good Hugo's was already one of the main publishers of books on language learning, with their own 'system' in the early twentieth century. Hardback.
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N° du livre: 34209
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Mots-clés: French|Hugos|Language Learning|Reform|Featured

 
ARMSTRONG, Lilias E.. (Foreword Daniel Jones)
The Phonetics of French with a Foreword by Daniel Jones.
London, G Bell and Sons, 1964. A very nice bright, clean and tight copy. Used; Very Good First published in 1932. Lilias E Armstrong was an English phonetician who worked at University College London with the celebrated linguist Daniel Jones. She married the great Russian linguist S K Boyanus. First published in 1932. Lilias E Armstrong was an English phonetician who worked at University College London with the celebrated linguist Daniel Jones. She married the great Russian linguist S K Boyanus. Her work encompassed African and Asian languages. In her obituary, Daniel Jones wrote of her that she was one of the finest phoneticians in the world. Hardback.
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N° du livre: 36339
GBP 6.00 [Appr.: EURO 7 | CHF 7]
Mots-clés: Kikuyu|African Language|Phonology|Gikuyu

 
BÉTIS, Victor, SWAN, Howard (Gouin)
The Facts of Life (Les Faits de la Vie). Part I: Home Life - the School - Travelling - Plants French Series No 1: Idiomatically Described and Systematically Arranged Forming a Text-Book for the Methodical Study of the French Vocabulary. Psychological Methods of Teaching and Studying.
London, George Philip & Son, 1897. Original green cloth printed in black, xx+122pp. Lists of other titles in the series to endpapers. Cloth darkened and a little marked, generally a little dusty from age else internally clean and tight. Used; Very Good Howard Swan and Victor Betis translated François Gouin's definitve work "L'art d'enseigner et d'étudier les langues" or The Art of Teaching and Studying Languages which was published in London in 1892. New approaches to language teaching, such as Gouin's, in the late nineteenth century became part of what was known as 'The Reform Movement'. The authors use their own approach in this work basing it on Gouin's principles. Hardback.
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N° du livre: 33620
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Mots-clés: Reform Movement|Direct Method|Gouin Method|Phonetics|Featured

 
BÉTIS, Victor, SWAN, Howard (Gouin)
The Facts of Life (Les Faits de la Vie). Part II: Animals - Town Life - Social Life and Government - Industry, Etc. . French Series No 1: Idiomatically Described and Systematically Arranged Forming a Text-Book for the Methodical Study of the French Vocabulary. Psychological Methods of Teaching and Studying.
London, George Philip & Son, 1898. Original green cloth printed in black, x+131pp. Lists of other titles in the series to end-papers. Cloth darkened and a little marked, generally a little dusty from age else internally clean and tight. Used; Very Good Howard Swan and Victor Betis translated François Gouin's definitve work "L'art d'enseigner et d'étudier les langues" or The Art of Teaching and Studying Languages which was published in London in 1892. New approaches to language teaching, such as Gouin's, in the late nineteenth century became part of what was known as 'The Reform Movement'. The authors use their own approach in this work basing it on Gouin's principles. Hardback.
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N° du livre: 33621
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Mots-clés: Reform Movement|Direct Method|Gouin Method|Phonetics|Featured

 
CAMILLI, Amerindo (Daniel Jones)
An Italian Phonetic Reader. The London Phonetic Readers. Edited by Daniel Jones.
London, Univeristy of London Press, 1921. Original beige cloth lettered in black. xvi+83pp. A little damp spotting to upper board and fore-edges, else a good tight, bright copy. Owner name to f.e.p. Used; Very Good An early title from this short series published by the Phonetics Department at UCL under the direction of the celebrated phonetician and linguist Daniel Jones. The series provided useful publicity for the descriptive phonetic research at the department. Both common and less well-charted languages were chosen for a balanced list. (See Collins & Mees 'The Real Inspector Higgins: The Life and Career of Daniel Jones', 1999). Jones' work with Camilli and others provided the model for the updated IPA Principles published in 1949. Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 28072
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Mots-clés: Italian|Phonetics|Phonology|Romance Language|Ipa

 
CAMILLI, Amerindo (Daniel Jones)
An Italian Phonetic Reader. The London Phonetic Readers. Edited by Daniel Jones.
London, Univeristy of London Press, 1921. Original beige cloth lettered in black. xvi+83pp. A little damp spotting to upper board, else a good tight, bright copy. Dated 1921 but may be later reprint as cloth and paper not uniform with other copies. Used; Very Good An early title from this short series published by the Phonetics Department at UCL under the direction of the celebrated phonetician and linguist Daniel Jones. The series provided useful publicity for the descriptive phonetic research at the department. Both common and less well-charted languages were chosen for a balanced list. (See Collins & Mees 'The Real Inspector Higgins: The Life and Career of Daniel Jones', 1999). Jones' work with Camilli and others provided the model for the updated IPA Principles published in 1949. Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 33651
GBP 12.00 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 13.5]
Mots-clés: Italian|Phonetics|Phonology|Romance Language|Ipa|Featured

 
CEPPI, Marc
Un Peu de Français. Earliest Lessons with & Practice in Phonetics.
London, G. Bell & Sons, Ltd, 1925. Reprint. Original grey boards lettered in brown, vi+119pp. very attractively produced with many full-page b/w illustrations throughout. French in phonetic script. A very nice bright, crisp copy. Appears unused. "With the publisher's compliments" stamp to f.e.p. Used; Very Good First published in 1924. Illustrated by H M Brock (R. I.) distinguished both in landscape painting and in book and advertising illustration. A proponent of phonetics, Marc Ceppi wrote a number of language books for children using this system. c.f. Daniel Jones, Paul Passy, Walter Ripman et al. Hardback.
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N° du livre: 33570
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Mots-clés: Paul Passy|Wilhelm VIëtor|Phonetics|Featured|Children's|French|Walter Ripman

 
CHATTERJI, S. K.. (Daniel Jones)
A Bengali Phonetic Reader. The London Phonetic Readers. Edited by Daniel Jones.
London, University of London Press, 1928. A good copy. Clean and tight. Beige cloth lettered in black, vii+127pp. A little worming to spine and mark to upper cover. Calcutta booksellers' Thacker, Spink & Co. label to rear endpaper. Used; Very Good Early title from this short series by one-time president of IPA and Chair at Calcutta University, published by the Phonetics Department at UCL under the direction of the celebrated phonetician and linguist Daniel Jones. The series provided useful publicity for the descriptive phonetic research at the department. Both common and less well-charted languages were chosen for a balanced list. (See Collins & Mees 'The Real Inspector Higgins: The Life and Career of Daniel Jones', 1999). Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 33653
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Mots-clés: Phonetics|Daniel Jones|Paul Passy|Walter Ripman|Featured|Bengali|Indo-Aryan

 
Dempster, R. H
Spiers Vocabularies for Repetition Containing the 3000 Most Important Words and Phrases Logically Grouped in Tens, and Divided Into Two Categories (Elementary and Advanced) Turned Into German.
London, Simkin Marshall, 1930. Cloth backed printed boards, attractive line drawing to upper board. Collectable; Very Good Vocabulary lists arranged thematically. Interesting in history of language teaching methodology. Useful list of relatives contains, father, mother, stepmother and "cruel stepmother"! . Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 36063
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Mots-clés: German|Inter-War|Vocabulary|Course|Featured|Reform|Book-Cover Design

 
EAGLE, Albert.
Literary Phonetic English: Suggested Principles and Practice for English Spelling Reform.
Buxton, By the author, 1955. Limp cloth in original printed dust-wrapper. 196pp. Printed by Typolith at Pitman's Press, Bath. Author's stamp to title page, author's own correction in ink to last page (seems to have done this to all copies). Dust-wrapper age-worn at edges and a little discoloured else very good. Used; Very Good The linguist Colin Stork's label tipped-in lightly to end-paper. The challenging and eccentric mathematician Albert Eagle dismissed quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity, used his own mathematical notation and scorned English spelling. Most of his works were self-published and of a forceful nature. He did have some respect for children, though - see dedication! . Paperback.
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N° du livre: 33585
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Mots-clés: English|Language|Phonetics|Spelling Reform|Featured

 
EAGLE, Albert.
Literary Phonetic English: Suggested Principles and Practice for English Spelling Reform.
Buxton, By the author, 1955. Hardcover in original printed dust-wrapper. 196pp. Printed by Typolith at Pitman's Press, Bath. Author's stamp to title page, author's own correction in ink to last page (seems to have done this to all copies). Dust-wrapper a little discoloured else very good. Used; Very Good The challenging and eccentric mathematician Albert Eagle dismissed quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity, used his own mathematical notation and scorned English spelling. Most of his works were self-published and of a forceful nature. He did have some respect for children, though - see dedication! . Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 33586
GBP 12.00 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 13.5]
Mots-clés: English|Language|Phonetics|Spelling Reform|Featured

 
EGAN, Alfred (Daniel Jones)
A German Phonetic Reader. The London Phonetic Readers. Edited by Daniel Jones.
London, University of London Press, 1927. A very nice bright copy. Clean and tight. Red cloth lettered in black, xv+142pp. Spine a little sunned, mild damp-spotting to end-papers. Used; Very Good An early title from this short series published by the Phonetics Department at UCL under the direction of the celebrated phonetician and linguist Daniel Jones. The series provided useful publicity for the descriptive phonetic research at the department. Both common and less well-charted languages were chosen for a balanced list. (See Collins & Mees 'The Real Inspector Higgins: The Life and Career of Daniel Jones', 1999). Hardcover.
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N° du livre: 33648
GBP 12.00 [Appr.: EURO 14 | CHF 13.5]
Mots-clés: Phonetics|Daniel Jones|Paul Passy|Walter Ripman|Featured|Ipa|German

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