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With Sketches of Huchnom and Coast Yuki
Stories from the Front Lines of China’s Great Urban Migration
Persons and Literary Sources
Communicating Effectively in the New Global Office

. Language Learning to Curse: Aspects of Linguistic Colonialism in the Sixteenth Century 561 Stephen J. Greenblatt Changes in the European Languages under a New Set of Sociolinguistic Circumstances 581 Yakov Malkiel Borrowing versus Semantic Shift: New World Nomenclature in Europe 595 Edward F. Tuttle VIII. The New Geography New Geographical Horizons: Concepts 615 Hildegard Binder Johnson New Geographical Horizons: Literature 635 David B. Quinn New Geographical Horizons: Maps 659 Norman /. W. Thrower Cosmographers of Seville: Nautical Science and Social


. Mahalo nui loa to Manuwai Peters, Pōmai Stone, Puakea Nogelmeier, and Richard Keao NeSmith for their assistance with Hawaiian-language learning, translations, and proofreading. Th ank you to Nora, Josh, and Safi ya, for friendship. In California, thank you to Th e Huntington Library; Th e Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley; and the California Historical Society. Th ank you to the Berkeley YMCA, and to Lynn and Marjeela, for friendship. In New England, thank you to the Massachusetts Historical Society; the Houghton Library at Harvard

people who knew more about the subject. One day I was waiting for a friend at the University of California at Riverside. Having nothing to do, I wan- dered through the library. Finally I remembered Ilde- fonso while I was in the right place. I searched through the card catalog, looking up anything I could think of that might apply: language, language learning, language acquisition, languagelessness, alingual, prelingual, deaf- ness. Only five or six entries seemed promising. I checked them, but in spite of titles like Thinking Without Lan- guage, I found nothing

music, did the same for reference in a famous account of language learning. The account is especially nota- ble because Wittgenstein begins his Philosophical Investigations with a critique of it. Here is Augustine: When [others] called something by name and afterwards moved their bod- ies toward it, I saw it and realized that the thing they wanted to point to was called by the sound they uttered. And what they meant was made plain by the movement of their bodies, by a kind of natural language common to all peoples, which expresses itself through the face, nods of

presence atop season. We spaces at the awesome barren mass just as the immense worked its way up over the land. Insurgents stood on sidewalks. The predicated existence of an old experience. Blink is a forget. Themes on the now on my see to life. The more I put into the weather, the less warm we are it smell. This is the morning between meaning and Q-tips. There are diamond needle within a pine. Sound of roller skates on sidewalk. Morning I shake is loose for many senses. A small boy asks me what I’m doing. Only expression objectify us. Spring more language. Learning to