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Studies in Etymology (Second Edition)

Studies in Etymology (Second Edition)

Charles Dunmore and Rita M. Fleischer

2008 - 246 pp. - Imprint: Focus

Format ISBN Price Qty
Paper 978-1-58510-012-5
$29.95
Examination 978-1-58510-012-5
$4.00

Quick Overview

Studies in Etymology is a standard introduction to the Classical etymology of the English language with equal coverage of Latin and Greek roots. The book is ideal for college-level classics or humanities courses of all designs. The book includes extensive exercises for each chapter, additional words for study, and indexes of prefixes, suffixes, and word stems. 

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Studies in Etymology is a standard introduction to the Classical etymology of the English language with equal coverage of Latin and Greek roots. The book is ideal for college-level classics or humanities courses of all designs. The book includes extensive exercises for each chapter, additional words for study, and indexes of prefixes, suffixes, and word stems. 

 

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About the Authors:

Charles W. Dunmore was a member of the faculty of the department of classics of New York University for many years, serving as chairman of that department at the time of his retirement. He was a consulting editor on Latin and Greek etymology in the preparation of The World Book Encyclopedia, and is the author of Selections from Ovid (Focus Publishing), and co-author, with Rita M. Fleischer, of Dunmore and Fleischer's Medical Terminology, edition III (F.A. Davis Company). 

Rita M. Fleischer, co-author with Floyd L. Moreland of Latin: An Intensive Course (University of California Press) and with Charles W. Dunmore of Dunmore and Fleischer's Medical Terminology, has taught in the classics departments of public and private universities in the Metropolitan New York area and for many years in the highly-intensive Latin/Greek Institute of Brooklyn College and The Graduate School and University Center of The City University of New York, where she is currently Administrative Director for Foreign Language.