Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Approaches to Linguistic Methodology ; edited by Irmengard Rauch and Charles T. Scott

If you don’t know a phoneme from a morpheme, you’ll probably, like me, feel like a stranger in a strange land …or many strange lands, in the pages of this book. But if, like me, you love strange lands and wandering into the unknown; this book of 13 articles is a bit of an adventure into the depths of French, Chinese, Arabic, German, Pennsylvania German (who knew there was such a thing?) Sanskrit, Swahili, and the stranger regions of English.

Leatherby Libraries Call Number: P 121 .R38 1967, 2nd Floor Humanities
Review submitted by Tracie Hall, Serials & Acquisitions Librarian--Law Library
Rating: Somewhat Recommended  

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