A New English Grammar: Logical and Historical

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The respected phonetician and philologist Henry Sweet (1845-1912) has had a lasting influence on the study and teaching of linguistics, particularly phonetics and Old English. Sweet is also known for being, in part, the inspiration for Henry Higgins in Shaw's Pygmalion. This two-volume work, first published in 1892-8, marks the start of a new tradition in the study of English, although it received little attention in Britain upon its publication. Building on developments in European linguistics, this was the first grammar ...

A New English Grammar: Logical and Historical 2014, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

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A New English Grammar, Logical and Historical 2010, Nabu Press, Charleston SC

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