Praise for the fifth edition:
'The fifth edition of A History of the English Language will continue to be the standard reference work on the history of English.'
Peter Erdmann, Technische University, Berlin, Germany
'Baugh and Cable's classic is still an absolute must for everyone interested in the development of English in its socio-historical context. Revised and updated, this edition continues to provide an engagin biography of a living and dynamic language.'
Ishtla Singh, Kings College, London, UK
A History of the English Language is a comprehensive exploration of the linguistic and cultural development of English, from the Middle Ages to the present day. Revised and updated, the fifth edition continues to provide students with a balanced and up-to-date overview of the subject. The new edition includes:
Albert C.Baugh was Schelling Memorial Professor at the University of Pennsylvania.
Thomas Cable is Jane and Roland Blumberg Centennial Professor of English at the University of Texas at Austin.
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A classic comprehensive and balanced exploration of the history of the English language -- from the Middle Ages to the present -- that combines internal linguistic history and external cultural history.From the Back Cover:
A classic text that provides a comprehensive and balanced exploration of the history of the English language from the Middle Ages to the present and combines internal linguistic history and external cultural history. Emphasizes the political, social, and cultural forces that affect language; contains Old and Middle English syntax; features Chicano English, Caribbean English, English in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Black English and varieties of English in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Canada. An important reference for upper level courses in the history of the English language
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