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Kachru revisits contrasts

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 October 2008


YAMUNA KACHRU published the article “Contrastive rhetoric in world Englishes” in ET41 (Jan 95), prompting a letter from Reinhard Hartmann that appeared in ET42 (Apr 95). The following is Kachru's reply to Hartmann.

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