Basic I-E book advice?
William H. Smith
wh5mith at ATL.MINDSPRING.COM
Tue Jun 15 21:15:30 UTC 1999
At 01:55 PM 6/15/99 -0700, you wrote:
>The _Oxford Companion to the English Language_ has two pages on Indo-
>European with a six accompanying references, two of which are:
> Mallory, J.P. 1989. _In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language,
>Archaeology, and Myth_. London: Thames and Hudson.
> Renfrew, Colin. 1988. _Archaeology and Languge: The Puzzle of Indo-
>European Orgins_. Cambridge: University Press.
>>>>> Jesse T Sheidlower <jester at PANIX.COM> 06/14 8:59 AM >>>
>>A correspondent has written to say that he loves
>>Calvert Watkins' essay on Indo-European in the
>>back of the American Heritage Dictionary, and would
>>like to read more on the subject. Does anyone have
>>any not-too-scholarly recommendations for followup
>>reading for this person?
>>Thanks in advance.
>>Random House Reference
>><jester at panix.com>
>lmedu at jps.net
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