The Language of Names: What We Call Ourselves and Why It Matters
Super Savings Item! Save 33% on the The Language of Names: What We Call Ourselves and Why It Matters by Simon & Schuster at Translate This Website. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. As delightful and playful as it is profound and serious, The Language of Names is an absolute original -- a fascinating book that reveals us to
As delightful and playful as it is profound and serious, The Language of Names is an absolute original -- a fascinating book that reveals us to ourselves, that demonstrates the endless variety of ways in which names shape our daily lives. Drawing on social and literary history, psychology and anthropology, anecdotes, and life stories, biographer Justin Kaplan and novelist Anne Bernays have written a fascinating account of names and naming in contemporary society that touches on class structure, ethnic and religious practices, manners, and everyday life.
Graceful, eloquent, and richly informed, The Language of Names explores and illuminates our favorite subject -- ourselves.
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|Item Size:||0.65 x 8.44 x 8.44 inches|
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