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languages of science

Wolfenden, John Wolfenden Baron.

languages of science

a survey of techniques of communication

by Wolfenden, John Wolfenden Baron.

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Published by Fawcett in New York .
Written in English


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StatementJohn Wolfenden Wolfenden...[et al.].
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Open LibraryOL13847570M

Humanities, Social Science & Languages Webinars including Anthropology, Art, Communication Studies, Criminal Justice, and many more. Science Fiction using Languages or Linguistics as a Plot Device Novels where the worldview is highly affected by a SF-created language, where linguistics and/or language factors are major plot devices, or where authors, writing in English, manage to construct worlds where derivational thinking, basic to English, does not function.

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