Hagège: On the Death and Life of Languages
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Feb 26, 2010


An interesting article/review about Claude Hagège's, On the Death and Life of Languages (Yale UP, 2009).


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William [Bill] Gray  Identity Verified
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Thanks... Feb 27, 2010

.... for posting this. It was very interesting, since languages from two of my countries were mentioned, in the context of the whole. I shall return to Hagège again some time when I do a lecture at my college.

I have children married to Norwegians, but only one of the families is succeeding in a blingual "mother/father tongue" for THEIR children.

Again, thank you!

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