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|Edwin A. Abbott, Edwin Abbott Abbott. PREFACE THIS treatise—a chapter in a |
forthcoming volume of Diatessarica to be entitled The Law of the New Kingdom—
is here published in advance, separately, in the hope that it may receive criticism
|HOW. TO. PARSE. AN ATTEMPT TO APPLY THE PRINCIPLES OF |
SCHOLARSHIP TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR. With Appendixes in Analysis, Spell*
ing, and Punctuation. By Edwin A. Abbott, M.A., Head Master of the City of
|An Attempt to Apply the Principles of Scholarship to English Grammar Edwin |
Abbott Abbott. HOW TO PARSE. An Attempt to apply the Principles of Scholaeshit
to English Grammar. With Appendixes in Analysis, Spelling, and Punctuation.
|His unusual In mathematical and scientific circles, Edwin Abbott Abbott is known |
for one thing and one thing only: his mathematical fantasy Flatland. To his
contemporaries, however, he was renowned as a teacher, writer, theologian, ...
|" As such, the novella is still popular amongst mathematics, physics and computer science students. The story is about a two-dimensional world referred to as Flatland.|
|a comparison of the words of the fourth gospel with those of the three Edwin |
Abbott Abbott ... With thorough and penetrating scholarship, and a degree of toil
beyond all praise, Dr Abbott has sought out parallels to facts and expressions in
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