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About the Author: W.B. Lockwood

William Burley Lockwood 13 April 1917 30 April 2012 was a Professor of Germanic and Indo European Philology at the University of Reading from 1968 until his retirement in 1982 1 BiographyAfter leaving school and spending some time working and travelling in England, Germany, Austria and the Balkans, he went to Manchester University and obtained First Class Honours in German in 1942, followed b

8 thoughts on “A Panorama of Indo-European Languages (University Library)

  1. says:

    This is a friendly introduction to the languages comprising this best known language family of Europe, the Near East, and the New World Lockwood treats the first attested languages in each branch Sanskrit for Indic, Old Church Slavonic for Slavonic, etc as is common in introduction to Indo European linguistics, but he also speaks of the wide array of modern IE languages e.g Hindi for Indic, Russian for Slavonic The text assumes no real training in linguistics, just some experience with inflected languages as might be gained through Latin in school A Panorama of Indo European languages was first published in 1972, and it seems that much of the book was written as early as 1966 As can be expected, there are many passages which now seem dated The division of Modern Greek into Demotic and Katharevousa ended with the end of the old artificial literary language in the mid 1970s Lockwood claims Basque has no standard language, but the death of Franco brought the language to maturity ...

  2. says:

    A fun and informative book takes the major Indo European language families a chapter at a time, with each chapter dealing with the various branches from ancient up until modern times Very factual.

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