Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

mots II

It strikes me that when a person dies their whole lexicon dies with them. If they have a particular dialect say or inventive relationship to language it’s gone.

That makes me very sad.

One Response to “mots II”

  • Madame Beespeaker says:

    Yes, I think that about my dad. He’s still alive but will I remember all his favorite expressions when he goes? Should I study them like a linguist and adopt them as my own like an actress so I can keep them alive?


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