1922 A Historical French Grammar
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Leather Binding, Signed Binding
In a signed binding by Ramage, London. A work discussing French grammar, looking at the structure of the grammar, and the history of the evolution of French grammar. The work goes into the origins of the French language, a chapter studying sounds and phonetics, a chapter on the history of French pronunciation, and more. Written by Arsene Darmesteter. Darmesteter was a French man of letters and philologist. Edited by Ernest Muret and Leopold Sudre. Translated by Alphonse Hartog. In gilt to the front board 'Schol Grammat Wulfren Hantunens', from th Wolverhampton Grammar School. Prize label to the front pastedown, 'Founded 1515, Founders Day 1924, Awarded to G. J. L. Burnett, the French Prize, Sixth Form, W. R. Booth, M.A., Head Master'.
In a signed half calf binding with cloth to the boards. Externally, smart. A little bumping to the extremities. A little fading to the spine. A few light spots to the head of the front board. Prize label to the front pastedown. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.
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