Alan S. C. Ross
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Who is Alan S. C. Ross?
Alan S. C. Ross: Alan Strode Campbell Ross was a British academic specialising in linguistics. He is best remembered as the ultimate source and inspiration for Nancy Mitford's 'U and non-U' forms of behaviour and language usage.
- also known as Alan Strode Campbell Ross
- born on (108 years ago)
- education: Balliol College
- died on (34 years ago)
- written works: "The Terfinnas and Beormas of Ohthere", "Tables for Old English sound-changes", "Ginger, a loan-word study", "Arts v. science: a collection of essays", "The Pitcairnese language", "How to pronounce it", "What are U?", "The essentials of Anglo-Saxon grammar", "Studies in the accidence of the Lindisfarne gospels", "Noblesse Oblige"
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