This volume presents the first full-scale biography of Daniel Jones, a preeminent scholar and leading British phonetician of the early twentieth century, and the first linguist to hold a chair at a British university. This book, richly illustrated with partly unpublished material traces Jones's life and career, including his contacts with other linguists, and with figures outside the linguistic world notably Robert Bridges and George Bernard Shaw.
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