Literary Luminaries and English Vocabulary: An Analysis

Ram Avadh Prajapati

Abstract


The intention of the paper is to exhibit a comprehensive reading of literary luminaries who contributed to the stock of English vocabulary. English language has the most enriched vocabulary of the world. It is famous for its derivative, assimilative, structural and flexible features. English people have inquisitive mind and they add to their stock what they found essential for them. So I shall show indebtedness of English language towards the great luminaries. It has influence of foreign vocabulary. English language can be called a language of massive efforts and it is a collage. It has got influenced and it has also influenced several languages.


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McCrum, R. et al. 1986. The Story of English. BBC Publications.

Baugh, A.C. and Cable, T. 1994. (4th ed.) A History of the English Language. London: Routledge.


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