Black English: its history and usage in the United States

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Random House, 1972 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 361 pages
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It's not sloppy or ignorant speech. Before the term "Ebonics" came along, Dillard labelled it "BEV", or "Black English Vernacular". It's a dialect, with its own grammatical rules. I wish everyone would read this... Read full review


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