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'This monograph is an extensive and thorough account…' Dr. Daniela Cesiri, Linguist

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English as spoken in the north of England has a rich social and cultural history; however research has often neglected it in favour of 'Standard English'. In this groundbreaking, alternative account of the history of English, Northern English, with its varieties and diversity, takes centre stage for the first time

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Imagine a map of England upside down, as if London was not in the South-east, but 'Up North' in the far North-west, where Carlisle should be; and as if Lancaster was roughly in London's present location 'Down South', with Berwick the furthest point south. Read the first page
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