Rebecca Rideal

historian and author

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Historian Rebecca Rideal writes about the 17th century Britain. She is author of 1666: Plague, War, and Hellfire.

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The evolution of the English language in books: Yankees one, Brits 0 Illustration by Mona Chalabi / Data: Gonçalves et al.

Who's afraid of the Americanization of English?

The evolution of the English language in books: Yankees one, Brits 0 Illustration by Mona Chalabi / Data: Gonçalves et al.

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