clive.baker at gmail.com
Wed May 15 20:34:08 IST 2013
I must agree with both Ray and Nicholas, and as a non linguist, but still
able to understand the basics here, (but not however all the symbols)...
that 'Cornish Today' is very understandable and a worthy work, providing a
huge amount of what is to me common sense (or should that be commen, commun
or similar), and should be worth a read by those of us who have not done so.
Clive (the Spider Slayer) Baker
On Wed, May 15, 2013 at 5:32 PM, Ray Chubb <ray at spyrys.org> wrote:
> I don't consider myself a Celtic language scholar, Chris, but I am sure
> that there are those on this list who do consider themselves as such and
> therefore, presumably, have read all of the works listed by Michael.
> I would recommend that you read 'Cornish Today'. With patience it is not
> difficult to understand the ideas put forward. It sheds light on the mess
> that the revival was in at the time of its publication and how we got
> there. Perhaps when you have read it you will be as irritated as I am by
> some of the views expressed here. It seems that some wish to repeat the
> mistakes of the past.
> On 15 Me 2013, at 16:57, Chris Parkinson wrote:
> I think Ray Chubb’s put-down is ill advised and might well discourage
> less talented contributors than himself. This would be a loss. Chris
> Ray Chubb
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