A Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage ebook
by Bergen Evans,Cornelia Evans
A Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор:Bergen Evans, Cornelia Evans Название: A Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage Издательство: Random HouseГод: 1957 Формат: pdf Размер: 7 Mb Язык: английскийWhen we speak or write we want to be understood and respected. To accomplish these ends we must know the meanings of words, their specific meanings and their connotations, implications and overtones, and we must know how to combine words effectively into sentences. A dictionary can help us to understand the meaning of a word.
A Dictionary of Contemporary American Usage, by Bergen Evans and Cornelia Evans (New York: Random House, 1957) viii, 567 p. 26 cm. Dictionary of Mythology, Mainly Classical (Lincoln, Neb. Dictionary of Mythology, Mainly Classical (Lincoln, Ne. Centennial Press, 1970) xviii, 293 p. illus.
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A dictionary of contemporary American usage ; by Bergen Evans and Cornelia Evans. That this splendid book (I have the eighth printing from 1957) is out of print and indeed quite dated in many respects (. Like most usage dictionaries it consists of word entries presented alphabetically followed.
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Bergen Baldwin Evans was a Northwestern University professor of English, and a television host. Many were angered by his material but his popularity continued to grow. His book The Natural History of Nonsense (1946) reveals these feelings toward life and people. One of the last successful network programs from Chicago was the low-key game show, Du Mont's "Down You Go" (1951 - 1956), which introduced the erudite Northwestern University professor, Bergen Evans. The show was created by Louis G. Cowan, who had a long history of successful game shows on radio and TV, including "Stop the Music.
by Bergen Evans, Cornelia Evans. ISBN 9780394301778 (978-0-394-30177-8) Hardcover, Random House, 2000. Sasha & Babushka: A Story of Russia - a Make Friends Around the World Storybook. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Cornelia Evans at LibraryThing.
A companion volume to Fowler- A Dictionary of American-English Usage - appeared in March, 1957. But this hews closer to the American scene, covers a wider range, includes dision or grammar, punctuation, idioms, slang, without going too far down the path of resistance. A wholesome dislike of cliches provide one break.