Language and its Study

@article{SayceLanguageAI,
  title={Language and its Study},
  author={A. Sayce},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={14},
  pages={88-90}
}
THESE three books are very fairly characteristic of the present position of comparative philology. The first is a reprint of the first seven chapters of Prof. Whitney's well-known work on the science of language, and has been admirably edited by Dr. Morris with notes and introduction, with special reference to a scientific study of English. The second is just what it professes to be, extracts from a commonplace book on the etymology of various words, and it illustrates very well the influence… Expand