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From the Publisher"Filppula, Juhani Klemola, and Heli Paulasto argue that Irish, Welsh, Manx, and Cornish has had more influence on English than mainstream scholarship has recognized. They look at evidence of grammar, phonology, and lexis from both the earliest contacts and from the present within the context of political and social contact. A final section reviews the received and dissenting views, puts forth their own view, then reassesses the evidence in light of it. The study emerged from a research program at the Academy of Finland." — Book News Inc., August 2008
"This book is a good introduction to the state of research on linguistic contacts
between English and its Celtic neighbor languages."
— Linguist List, June 2009