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A cursory history of swearing
|Statement||by Julian Sharman.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 83/6545 (G)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 199, 14 p.|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||83237432|
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Books With Lots of Cussing Books that have a lot of swear words, usually with either foul-mouthed characters or gritty writing. Must contain at least one f-word. And Julian Sharman, whose “Cursory History of Swearing” does not include any obscene words, attacks bloody for several pages. A sampling: We cannot disguise to ourselves that there is much in its unfortunate associations to render its occurrence still exceedingly painful. Originating in a senseless freak of language, it has by dint of circumstances become so noisome and offensive .
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Search Inside is enabled for this title.3/5(1). A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARING. CHAPTER I. AT THE SCUFFLERS' CLUB. "'Our armies swore terribly in Flanders,' said my uncle Toby, 'but nothing to this.'" Tristram Shandy.
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This is a very readable scientific account of Swearing and Cursing in the English Language. Not only is an enlightening historical account given, but also several excursions are made into other languages and certain historical periods.
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A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARING. A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARING. BY JULIAN SHARMAN. “Ha. this fellow is worse than me; what, does he swear with pen and ink?”—The Tatler, No.
LONDON: J. NIMMO AND BAIN, 14, KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND, W.C. Book Excerpt did not mean badly." If such, then, be the measure dealt out to the more disciplined champions in the strife with human error, what sort of accord will be given to the present unharnessed and ill-caparisoned writer, who attempts, let it be hoped not ill-naturedly, to cope with one of the more rosy-faced forms of sinfulness.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharman, Julian.
Cursory history of swearing. New York, B. Franklin  (OCoLC) Document Type.Feck! A history of swearing from the very first F to the 21st C The author of Holy Sh*t, A Brief History of Swearing explains how swearing has evolved from Ancient Rome and Biblical times to today Author: Melissa Mohr.