The English Language in Singapore
William Crewe (ed)
A collection of essays by unusual essays on the state of Singapore English roughly 10 years after the break from Malaysia, during which period English was bedding down as the national language. The Singaporean and external contributors not only look at drier matters such as the development of language policy, but also the English spoken at schools, the La particle and Malaysian- Singaporean poetry. 208 pages.
Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Eastern Universities Press, Singapore, 1977. First edition.
Good. Paperback.The cover shows signs of use including a circular mark on the front. The binding is tight and the text clear with mild tanning throughout. A previous owner's name has been written on the inside front cover.