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New Books in Language
Interviews with Scholars of Language about their New Books
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4.2 stars from 13 ratings
Perhaps that speaks to the variety of books covered. I suggest having an annotated transcript to allow a deeper dive, similar to SmartyPants or ScienceFriday.
Nirgal_ii via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/07/20
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