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The Politics of Discourse: The Standard Language Question in British Cultural Debates [Paperback]

Tony Crowley

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For historians of the study of language in Britain it has become a commonplace that the eighteenth century, in which the discourses of prescriptivism predominated, was superseded by a nineteenth-century reaction against such discourses. Read the first page
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