A very positive review has recently appeared of our book Prescription and Tradition in Language, in the Kelvingrove Review, issue 16, called “Rise and Fall” (pp. 15-16). The review is by Colin Reilly from the University of Glasgow, who highlights several important points about the book, and only notes (rightly, in our view!) that more languages could have been dealt with, and that particularly languages from South America are not represented.
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