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This book examines the major syntactic structures of two Celtic langues, Welsh and Breton, emphasizing their significance for current views of Universal Grammar. Cream boards. 284 pages. ISBN: 1556080662. Spine and corners slightly bumped. Small dent to front cover. Name and date in ink to front free-endpaper. Pencil annotations to some pages.
The development of Anglo-Norman (the variety of medieval French used in the British Isles), together with the role it played in the life of the medieval English kingdom. Essays contributed by Bell, Brand, Chambers, Chapman, etc. Green boards. 186 pages. ISBN: 9781903153307. Spine slightly bumped. Barcode sticker to rear cover. Contents fine.
BERNARD SHAW'S PHONETICS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COCKNEY SOUND-CHANGES
Written by Joseph Saxe.
Stock no. 1820953
Published by George Allen & Unwin. 1st 1936. Good condition.
Plain cardwraps with title to spine and front. 86 pages. Covers are browned, stained and marked. Base of spine worn. Edges worn. Joints broken, covers detached. Contents otherwise tightly bound.
Blue cloth, gilt titles. 278 pages. Bookplate of R.J.Thomas to front pastedown. Backstrip missing. Almost disbound but complete.
The Trobrianders are a small Melanesian community living off the east end of New Guinea. This volume presents the linguistic material concerning Trobriand agriculture. Second edition. Pages: xliv, 349. Original green cloth binding, gilt lettering on spine. Book: Ex-lib. Minimal stamps. Corners worn. Library number to spine.
Blue cloth, gilt titles. xxix, 457 pages. Text in German. Commentationes Linguisticae Et Philologicae. ISBN: 3533025748. Book: Ex-lib. Minimal stamps.