« The Book of Kells: Humans, Gods at Serious Play. | Main | London, 1835: Ben Disraeli Disses Daniel O'Connell. »

November 15, 2018

Cultural Appropriation, much?

“A living language....needs above all else constant transactions of new blood from other tongues. The day the gates go up, that is the day it begins to die.”

—H.L. Mencken, The American Language, 1919

Posted by JD Hull at November 15, 2018 12:16 AM

Comments

Post a comment




Remember Me?