David Crystal, one of the world’s foremost authorities on the English language, with his actor son, Ben, have taken a fresh look at the vocabulary of Shakespeare’s poems and plays and compiled a glossary of nearly 14,000 words and meanings.
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David Crystal, OBE, FBA, FLSW, FCIL (born 6 July 1941) is a British linguist, academic and author.
Alma mater: University College London
The Cambridge encyclopedia of the English language Item Preview The Cambridge encyclopedia of the English language. by Crystal, David, 1941-Publication date 1995. Topics English language, Engels, Taalkunde, Anglais (Langue), Anglais (langue), English language.
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Crystal, David, 1941- The Internet is now an integral part of contemporary life, and linguists are increasingly studying its influence on language. In this student-friendly guidebook, leading language authority Professor David Crystal follows on from his landmark bestseller Language and the Internetand presents the area as a new field: Internet
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David Crystal works from his home in Holyhead, North Wales, as a writer, editor, lecturer, and broadcaster. Born in Lisburn, Northern Ireland in 1941, he spent his early years in Holyhead.
Crystal, David, 1941- This comprehensive reference offers a unique experience of the English language in all its richness and diversity. Updated for this edition, ‘The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language’ sold nearly 150,000 copies on first publication
Language death DAVID CRYSTAL. published by the press syndicate of the university of cambridge The Pitt Building, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, United Kingdom Crystal, David, 1941– Language death / David Crystal. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN 0521 65321 5 (hardback) 1. Language obsolescence. I. Title.