One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It attracted also those commentary and glossarial aids that constituted an individual and non-canonical contribution.’
- ‘In these undeleted glossarial remains of the language, we have witnesses to facts and conditions of nations long since past, and preceding historic record.’
- ‘The text of Chaucer is based on ‘A glossarial concordance to the Riverside Chaucer’, which is based on the third edition of ‘The Riverside Chaucer’.’
- ‘Includes images of Cotton Vitellius A. XV, indispensable eighteenth-century transcriptions, copies of the 1815 first edition, and a comprehensive glossarial index.’
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