Friday, May 27, 2016



Joshua Whatmough (1897-1964), review of G. Herdan, Language as Choice and Chance (Groningen: Noordhoof, 1956), in American Journal of Philology 78.3 (1957) 314-320 (at 319):
Modern critics of Vergil would strike Vergil himself as lunatics, who ought to be restrained....And God himself, who gave man language, must regard some modern linguists (or would be linguists) in the same light.

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