The Letter Liveth
The life, work and library of August Friedrich Pott (1802–87)
Recently, there has been increased appreciation of the fact that August Friedrich Pott (1802–1887) possessed valuable insights and articulated uncommon positions in Indo-European comparative linguistics, general linguistics, and linguistic ethnology. This introduction and accompanying bibliography and catalogue aim to provide additional access routes to Pott’s career by chronicling his life, works, and library collection.
[Library and Information Sources in Linguistics, 9] 1983. clii, 438 pp.
Publishing status: Available
© John Benjamins Publishing Company
Table of Contents
Acknowledgment | p. xv
Abbreviations and symbols | p. xvii
General | p. xvii
Titles of serial publications | p. xix
Introduction | p. xxxi
Bibliography of the Published Works of August Friedrich Pott | p. 1
Catalogue of the Library of August Friedrich Pott | p. 64
Letters to William Dwight Whitney and Carl Gustaf Zetterquist | p. 375
Index of Names | p. 383
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