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|Statement||edited and translated, with an introduction by Marta K. Johnson.|
|Series||Linguistica extranea., 6|
|Contributions||Johnson, Marta K.|
|LC Classifications||P147 .P726 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
|ISBN 10||0897200101, 0897200098|
|LC Control Number||94188430|
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Book. The Prague school or Prague linguistic circle was an influential group of linguists, philologists and literary critics in proponents developed methods of structuralist literary analysis and a theory of the standard language and of language cultivation during the years – The linguistic circle was founded in the Café Derby in Prague, which is also where meetings took.
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(editor) Johnson. Prague Linguistic Circle — "Prage school" is the most-common form in English, as far as I know. A search of Google books for the two gives approx x5 results for "Prague school" than "Prague Linguistic Circle".
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Volume 2 of the Prague Linguistic Circle Papers constitutes a single whole together with Vol. 1 of the series, reviving the classical series of Travaux du Cercle linguistique de Prague which was of great importance for the development of European structural linguistics in the s.
This volume is the first one of the revived series of Travaux, which was the well-known international book series of the classical Prague Linguistic Circle, published in the years The tradition of the Circle still attracts attention in broad circles of European and American : Driven by a desire to create a new basis for the study of language, a heterogeneous group of Czech, Russian, Ukrainian, and German scholars who found themselves in Prague in the mids launched the profoundly influential Prague Linguistic Circle.
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