English Vocabulary


Old book and old fashioned english

I'm an old books collector and enjoy to read classical english.
Dickens, George Eliot, Antony Trollop are some of my favourite author. Some of less famous ones as Flora Thomson or Mary Russel Mitford are also fascinating writters.
Are you interested in discussing their subjects, their characters but also their style and their vocabulary ?

11 comments - page 2

  • To saintaignan who launched this header.
    Best wishes to you. Be you happy in 2011 reading lots of English (with capital E) classical authors.


    To whacky who is fond of old English.
    How great thy art, whacky. Thy art so brainy that thine co-GGlearners need thee. Promise that thou shall not drop thine friends.
  • Yes, finally one person grants me the adoration I am entitled to. Joe, you can look forward to a wonderful career as my first and favourite sycophant.
    I promise: I will never my friends here - it's a threat I know. These poor guys. I don't want to take their place.


    Hallowed by thy name, Joe.

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