THE ANGLO-SAXON OLD-ENGLISH DICTIONARY [Colour Format] (Paperback)

THE ANGLO-SAXON OLD-ENGLISH DICTIONARY [Colour Format] By A. Micah Hill Dezert-Owl Cover Image

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AN ETYMOLOGICAL CLASSIC SOURCE DICTIONARY THESAURUS One Of The Greatest Challenges that we have, when we are dealing with Ancient Literature, is in the different use and meanings or implications of the words in each of the respective Ancient Tongues or Diction. Simply put, diction can have force and power or it can be totally dead. The nglish diction for Example is totally dead; and it is dead, because it does not follow any of the natural-laws of dic-tion. That is, none of the original, root and universal-laws that still belong too basic diction. There are a number of them, but they never show it to us in school. The Most Basic Law in Diction, is that, All diction is supposed to sound as it 'Appears'. Since The nglish diction is made up of many different tongue's and it is also a controlled, engineered, and bastardized diction that is not simple, nor does it follow any of the required fundamental rules of diction. And this is the reason we constantly hear, that English is one of the hardest forms of communication there is too learn. The Masculine and Feminine characteristics have been taken out, some letters have more than one sound, etc., we even have sounds in our words, that NO Letter can pronounce, as in the word, de jure, from the French. But All diction universally has behind it, a thread that holds it all together within one Giant Mystery and it is The Mystery Of Symbol. - A Micah Hill Dezert-Owl.
Product Details ISBN: 9781471618239
ISBN-10: 1471618234
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication Date: September 19th, 2022
Pages: 630
Language: English