A DICTIONARY OF HISTORICAL SLANG,

By: Eric Partridge, abridged

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A DICTIONARY OF HISTORICAL SLANG, by Eric Partridge, abridged by Jacqueline Simpson
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Penguin Books, publishers, Middlesex, UK - reprint ISBN:014051046X, 1977. paperback, 5" x 7¾. Book in GOOD condition. In its nearly 50.000 entries, this dictionary recalls the living speech of a world largely lost. Eric Partridge's 'Dictionary of Slang', in which he assembled a striking collection of the rough words of past centuries and shows a remarkable knowledge of their use and origins, has been the standard work on the subject for years. This volume extracts the most valuable parts of that dictionary and includes all the expressions used or coined before 1914. (Many risque, comical phrases).

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