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Morton W. Morton W. Bloomfield (May 19, 1913 – April 14, 1987) was an American Medievalist. He was the Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of English at Harvard University.
Light Of Learning book. Bloomfield was a great mind dedicated not only to the study of literature, his professed field, but even more to the multi-dimensional human reality which literature represents. Professor Bloomfield published articles in numerous journals in the United States, in England, Israel, and Africa.
A linguistic introduction to the history of English. by Morton W Bloomfield. ISBN 9781299411517 (978-1-299-41151-7) Hardcover, Knopf, 1963. Coauthors & Alternates.
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Bloomfield, LeonardWORKS BY BLOOMFIELD SUPPLEMENTARY BIBLIOGRAPHY Leonard Bloomfield was born in Chicago in 1887 and died in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1949. Leonard Bloomfield was born in Chicago in 1887 and died in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1949. He came to linguistics when it was the dilettante preoccupation of a few crow-baited students of literature ; he left it a branch of science. Yale was a center of this activity.