The Native Speaker: Myth and Reality
Linguists, applied linguists and language teachers all appeal to the native speaker as an important reference point. But what exactly (who exactly?) is the native speaker? This book examines the native speaker from different points of view, arguing that the native speaker is both myth and reality.
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The anguish of loss that Aimé Césaire ( 1956 : 115 ) and his fellow francophone '
négritude writers expressed was primarily a response to what they saw as the
theft of their identity as African or Black : Ma négritude n ' est pas une pierre , sa ...
Abiola Irélé ( 1964 : 11 ) writes : the capital point about the movement ( négritude
] [ is ] its ideological implication . The black poet ' s descent into himself is an effort
to disalienate his being and to re - establish a concordance with a distinct ...
... 95 Literary models 159 Literature 28 Long 47 , 81 , 180 , 184 Loss 151
Loveday 9 Lowenberg 175 , 195 Nabokov 28 Nagari 135 Naif viii Narayan 211
Native language Neck verse 63 Négritude 151 Nelson 174 Netherlands 157
Neufeld 84 ...