Good. This solid, straight paperback book has clean though tanned text pages and firm hinges. The contents are two articles from the 1930s, by one of the pioneer professors of linguistics. The book's corners and spine ends are bumped and the binding is edgeworn. There's a university library nameplate on the inside front cover, and a library slip in the back.
Good. ISBN: 0-1-9437011-9, Yellowing to the covers, light shelf rubbing, little wear overall. Text is clean. 'This volume reprints two works, originally published in the nineteen-thirties and for many years unobtainable, by the late Professor J. R. Firth. [He] was the first person to hold a chair in linguistics in a British University, but his work continued a tradition which goes back at least to Alexander Graham Bell and Henry Sweet. ' 211 pages. Language and Language Learning series.
Good. Faded spine. Foxing/tanning to edges and/or ends. Highlighting/underlining/notes to text. No dust jacket. Pages tanned. Wear/marking to cover. Previous owner's name/inscription inside front cover.
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