24.40, Qs: English Words Connected with Being Drunk Published 1930-1940s

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Subject: 24.40, Qs: English Words Connected with Being Drunk Published 1930-1940s

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Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2013 12:21:20
From: Simon A. Wozny [szymon.a.wozny at gmail.com]
Subject: English Words Connected with Being Drunk Published 1930-1940s

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Hello fellow linguists. 

I was hoping for your help with finding any written data considering the
english vocabulary associated with being drunk. A dictionary of it would
really be a godsend. I'd like the data to be published in 1930s or 1940s, but
anything from the first half of XXth century will do.

It is of crucial importance for my thesis.

Thank you in advance,

Simon
 

Linguistic Field(s): Text/Corpus Linguistics






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