Dictionary of Early English

Dictionary of Early English

An alphabetical discussion of words from early English authors, including the most interesting, informative—and revivable—English words that have lapsed from general use.

Includes:

1) Words likely to be met in literary reading. Chaucer, Spenser, Shakespeare, the Tudor pamphlets and translations, are richly represented in words and illustrative quotations. The late 18th and early 19th century revival has been culled: Chatterton, Ossian; Percy’s Reliques and… (more)

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Publisher: Philosophical Library (January 15, 1955)

Page count: 768 pages

Language: English


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