Oxford, Sheffield, London, New York: Blackwell (1st ed., 1982); Sheffield Academic Press (2nd ed., 2002); Bloomsbury, current. (2002)

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Arthur Gibson
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An original theory of some relations between certain aspects of sampled dead languages, compared to and contrasted with a variery of partially connectible formal languages. This is the context for a new analysis of competing and conflicting scholarly accounts of typical semantic fields in the ancent uses of these languages. Actual textual examples are deployedthroughout this book to embed its proceedings in actual creative narrative. A further layer of engagement is to engage in assessing the status of recent influential interpretations of these texts.
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