On Early English Pronunciation: Existing Dialectal As Compared With West Saxon Pronunciation. With Two Maps Of The Dialect District by Alexander John EllisOn Early English Pronunciation: Existing Dialectal As Compared With West Saxon Pronunciation. With Two Maps Of The Dialect District by Alexander John Ellis

On Early English Pronunciation: Existing Dialectal As Compared With West Saxon Pronunciation. With…

byAlexander John Ellis, William Salesbury

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On Early English Pronunciation: Existing Dialectal As Compared With West Saxon Pronunciation. With Two Maps Of The Dialect Districts; Volume 1; Volumes 4-5; Volume 11; Volume 25 Of Chaucer Society Publications; Volume 2; Volume 7; Volume 14; Volume 23; Volume 56 Of Early English Text Society (Series).: Extra Series; Volume 5 Of On Early English Pronunciation: With Special Reference To Shakespeare And Chaucer, Containing An Investigation Of The Correspondence Of Writing With Speech In England From The Anglosaxon Period To The Present Day, Preceded By A Systematic Notation Of All Spoken Sounds By Means Of The Ordinary Printing Types. Including A Rearrangement Of Prof. F.J. Child's Memoirs On The Language Of Chaucer And Gower, And Reprints Of The Rare Tracts By Salesburv On English, 1547, And Welch, 1567, And By Barclay On French, 1521; Alexander John Ellis; Volume 5 Of On Early English Pronunciation: With Special Reference To Shakaspere And Chaucer,, Containing An Investigation Of The Correspondence Of Writing With Speech In England From The Anglosaxon Period To The Present Day; Alexander John Ellis; Volume 5 Of On Early English Pronunciation; Alexander John Ellis; Publications (Chaucer Society); Volume 5 Of On Early English Pronunciation: With Special Reference To Shakspere And Chaucer, Containing An Investigation Of The Correspondence Of Writing With Speech In England, From The Anglosaxon Period To The Present Day, Preceded By A Systematic Notation Of All Spoken Sounds By Means Of The Ordinary Printing Types; William Salesbury<br /><br /><authors> Alexander John Ellis, Francis James Child, William Salesbury, Johann Andreas Schmeller, Alexander Barclay, Philological Society (Great Britain), Louis-Lucien Bonaparte (prince), Johan Winkler<br /><br /><publisher> Pub. for the Philological Society by Asher & Co., and for the Early English Text Society and the Chaucer Society, by Trübner & Co., 1889<br /><br /><subjects> Drama; Shakespeare; Drama / Shakespeare; English language; Language Arts & Disciplines / Spelling; Literary Criticism / Shakespeare; Phonetic alphabet <br /></subjects></publisher></authors>
Title:On Early English Pronunciation: Existing Dialectal As Compared With West Saxon Pronunciation. With…Format:PaperbackDimensions:952 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 1.88 inPublished:February 6, 2012Publisher:Nabu PressLanguage:English

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