A Dictionary of Linguistics by Mario A. Pei, Frank Gaynor

By Mario A. Pei, Frank Gaynor

Editors Mario Pei and Frank Gaynor compile crucial phrases and ideas within the huge Dictionary of Linguistics. With a delicately crafted headword record and many cross-references and available motives, this dictionary will continue readers coming again repeatedly. Dictionary of Linguistics is the appropriate addition to any reader's reference library.

Mario Pei was once an American linguist and polyglot who really expert in Latin, Greek, and French. as well as educating at Columbia college, Pei wrote a number of books on language together with the tale of English and All approximately Language.

In addition to Dictionary of Linguistics, Frank Gaynor additionally wrote the Philosophical Library vintage, Dictionary of Mysticism.

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When you are quoting poetry, include line numbers: Dickinson’s speaker tells of the arrival of a fly: “There interposed a Fly— / With Blue—uncertain stumbling Buzz— / Between the light—and Me—” (12–14). Works Cited Page: These parenthetical citations are linked to a separate works cited page at the end of the paper. The works cited page lists works alphabetically by the authors’ last name. An entry for the above reference to Brontë’s The Professor would read: Brontë, Charlotte. The Professor. Hertfordshire, England: Wordsworth Editions, 1994.

And revery. The revery alone will do, If bees are few. Punctuate Properly: Punctuation of quotations often causes more trouble than it should. Once again, you just need to keep these simple rules in mind. ” The only exception to this rule is when the quotation is followed by a parenthetical reference. In this case, the period or comma goes after the citation (more on these later in this chapter): Crimsworth’s negative feelings are strongly associated with the garden-house: “I perceived that its solitary light was at length extinguished; so, for a time, was my faith in love and friendship” (86).

She attended school briefly, first at Cowan Bridge, where her two eldest sisters, Elizabeth and Maria, became ill and subsequently died, and then at Roe Head, where, as Charlotte described it, she was afflicted with acute homesickness. She longed to return to Haworth and the moors, where she might preserve her privacy. After only three months at Roe Head, she gained her wish, and Anne took her place at the school. At age 20, Emily became a teacher at Miss Patchett’s school at Law Hill, Halifax, despite Charlotte warning her against the long hours, lack of exercise, and poor diet that characterized such positions.

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