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Languages and Communities in Early Modern Europe

Languages and Communities in Early Modern Europe

This book is a cultural history of European languages from the invention of printing to the French Revolution.

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Publisher Cambridge University Press
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ISBN 9780521535861
Pages 228 pages
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This is not a general survey of the history of the languages of Europe in the early modern period so much as a series of linked essays ( originally lectures ) on a few major strands in that history . Today , language is a topical ...

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