It was what is called Early English
or even sometimes Semi-Saxon.
We were residing at the time in furnished lodgings close to a library where Sherlock Holmes was pursuing some laborious researches in early English
charters--researches which led to results so striking that they may be the subject of one of my future narratives.
The latest book by Janet Enever deftly explains the popularity of the early teaching of FLs, mostly English at the cost of other languages, by scrutinizing the forces behind the educational policy and politics of those countries which introduce early English
The Shapes of Early English
Poetry: Style, Form, History
Lucifer, Latin for 'bringer of light', is a word associated with the Devil in early English
translations of the Bible, but it is also cognate with the morning star, the planet Venus.
In 21.2 (December 2018), readers can look forward to an Issues in Review section organized by David Dean (Carleton University) on the history of early modern witchcraft and The Witch of Edmonton; we anticipate that 21.2 will also feature a review essay about REED Online, a project that will bring research from the Records of Early English
Drama into a fully digital environment.
This year marks the 1,100th anniversary of the death of the Anglo-Saxon warrior who played a pivotal part in early English
They also argue that early English
education does not hinder young students from picking up their native language even if they learn English and other foreign languages at early ages.
"Heart of Darkness" is considered to be one of the early English
novels that takes place in Congo.
Although they specialise in early English
and Italian sacred and secular song, this Easter programme will cover a wider range of music.
Everyday Life in the Early English
Caribbean: Irish, Africans, and the Construction of Difference.