Articles with keyword "language"
Numerous translations of Don Quixote, some made without knowledge of Spanish, attest to the novel’s long reach.
Gregory W. Kimura bridges urban and rural worldviews with humanities programming.
In few fields is the gap separating educated opinion from specialist opinion so wide as in linguistics.
On the self-help career of grammarian Sherwin Cody.
Familiarly known as the “Ocean State,” Rhode Island’s full official name includes “and Providence Plantations,” words the state legislature has resolved to drop.
A term of conquest and miscegenation now describes a cosmopolitan identity and worldview.
“Voice registers the weird sexiness of reading poetry, the illusion it enables of a private tryst between author and reader.” So says Lesley Wheeler, an English professor at Washington and Lee Univers