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by Albert Henry Marckwardt and James L. Rosier. ISBN13:9780393099911.
By (author) Albert Henry Marckwardt, By (author) James L Rosier.
Albert Henry Marckwardt, American educator. Professor of English and linguistics Princeton, 1963-1972, professor emeritus, 1972-1975, acting director Center for Applied Linguistics, 1971. Recipient Distinguished Faculty Achievement award University Michigan, 1961. Fulbright lecturer universities Vienna and Graz, Austria, 1953-1954, Japan, 1968.
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He was 71 years Old and lived in Chevy Chase, M. and formerly in Ann Arbor, Mich. Dr. Marckwardt was professor emeritus of English and linguistics at Princeton University and earlier was professor of English at the University of Michigan. Most recently he was a fellow of the EastWest Center in Honolulu.
Albert Henry Marckwardt. Indiana University Press, 1966 - 151 pages. 3. Finding and Interpreting the Facts. From inside the book. 48. Five Linguistics and the Teaching of Composition. 3 other sections not shown.