?The worth of Walpole's book lies in his simple presentation of a hitherto abstruse subject. By simple is not meant easy. An admirable feature of the book is the opportunity afforded for thinking the various aspects of semantics through to agreement or to opposition. . . . The reader's gain is in the processes to which he is stirred and not in any product served to him.?-Saturday Review of Literature
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