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Published by Oxford University Press in London .
Written in English


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Try the new Google Books Get print book highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Go to Google Play Now» A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District. Section 3. 4: Section 4. 4: Section 5. Section 6. Bibliographic information. Title: A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District.   A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District is a reference book of the dialect of Huddersfield. J.R.R. Tolkien contributed with a six page Foreword (pp. xiii-xviii).. In his preface, Haigh thanks Tolkien: "In the first place, I would sincerely thank Professor J.R.R. Tolkien, formerly Professor in Leeds University, now Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford. A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District () by Walter E. Haigh. The following is the OCR text of a book and will likely contain conversion errors. This page is designed to be indexed by search engines. Click on a page number to view the book in your web browser. A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District was written by Walter Edward Haigh (), who had been the Head of the English & History Department at Huddersfield Technical College, and was published in by Oxford University Press.. The book is noteworthy for containing a foreword by Professor J.R.R. Tolkien, who would go on to write The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

  File:A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield [ edit ] Licensing The copyright of this image is most likely owned by the publisher or the artist who created the cover. A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District. Written by Walter Edward Haigh () and published in by O xford University book is notable for containing a foreword by Professor ].R.R. Tolkien.   Yorkshire is well know for it's dialect, peculiar words and strange phrases. Huddersfield has a fair few of its own. We've collected up some of our favourites - but make sure you get in touch and tell us any you think we've missed! 1) Good on you - term of congratulation for a job well done or a stroke of luck. Huddersfield version: Ey da. A Elbereth Gilthoniel - contains poem Doworst: A Middle English Vocabulary: A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District - Walter E. Haigh - contains Foreword by JRRT: A Northern Venture - includes three poems by JRRT: A Question of Time - Verlyn Flieger - quotes several unpublished sources and reproduces two manuscript pages:

The Dialect of the Huddersfield District by Walter E. Haigh. Tolkien Bibliographies. Two variants of the binding seen, one with a coat of arms stamped in gilt on the boards and one without.”. A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District. Ed. Walter E. Haigh. 1st Edition Oxford University Press. Hardback in dustwrapper. Hammond pp Contains a foreword by JRRT. A subscribers only edition, limited to copies. The subscribers name is written at the front of each volume, so presumably Tolkien’s own copy.   Not affiliated with the seller, just spotted it. A New Glossary of the Dialect of the Huddersfield District, with Foreword By J.R.R. Tolkien - on AbeBoo. Genre/Form: Dictionaries Glossaries, vocabularies, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haigh, Walter Edward, New glossary of the dialect of the Huddersfield district.