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North and South: An English linguistic divide?


In social and linguistic terms, is England one nation or two?

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P. Gould & White R . 1974. Mental Maps. London: Penguin.

D. R. Preston 1989. Perceptual Dialectology: Nonlinguists' Views of Areal Linguistics. Paris: Dordrecht.

M. F. Wakelin 1983. ‘The Stability of English Dialect Boundaries.’ In English World Wide, 4, 1: 115.

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English Today
  • ISSN: 0266-0784
  • EISSN: 1474-0567
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