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In ‘empires of the word’ the author nicholas oestler tells how different languages have entered the historical record, flourished, spread, declined and disappeared (or survived, for now), and why this may be

He includes short passages in many of the languages mentioned, both in the original scripts and in our alphabet, with additional accents to help know how to pronounce them, for those who want an approximate idea of e

A good book for those interested in history and languages, avoiding the technicalities of linguistics and philology

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