语言学简史 : [英文版] = A Short History of Linguistics

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  title={语言学简史 : [英文版] = A Short History of Linguistics},
  author={Robins and 姚小平},
  year={1967}
}
Preface to previous editions 1. Introduction 2. Greece 3. Rome 4. The Middle Ages 5. The Renaissance and after 6. The eve of modern times 7. Comparative and historical linguistics in the nineteenth century 8. Linguistics in the twentieth-century: first period 9. Linguistics in the twentieth century: second period. Index 

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