The Alchemy of English: The Spread, Functions, and Models of Non-native Englishes
University of Illinois Press, 1986 - 200 頁
"What emerges from Kachru's fine work is the potential demarcation
of an entire field, rather than merely the fruitful exploration of a topic.
. . . [Kachru] is to be congratulated for having taken us as far as he
already has and for doing so in so stimulating and so productive a fashion."
-- World Englishes
"A potent addition to theoretical, sociolinguistic, attitudinal
and methodological explorations vis-à-vis the spread and functions
of, and innovations in, English from the viewpoint of a non-Western scholar."
-- The Language Teacher
Winner of the Joint First Prize, Duke of Edinburgh English Language
Book Competition of the English-Speaking Union of the Commonwealth, 1987
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Introduction The Alchemy of English
Varieties and Functions
A nativized Variety The South Asian Case
English in the Bilinguals Code Repertoire
Models Norms and Attitudes
Native and NonNative Norms
New Englishes and Old Models
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