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Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Towards a Grammar of Use Pedagogy and Scepticism The Augustinian Picture of Language Context Use, Usual, Useful 2. Using Perfection: Roger Ascham's Toxophilus and The Scholemaster Taking Aim: Toxophilus Ascham's Scepticism: The Scholemaster, Book 1 'The daily use of writing': The Scholemaster, Book 2 3. Decorous Abuse: George Puttenham's The Art of English Poesy Decorum and the Critics The Art of Ambiguity Usual Speech: The Eye and the Ear Solace 4. Usual Spelling: Richard Mulcaster's The First Part of the Elementarie Jonathan Goldberg's Reading of Mulcaster's Elementarie Grounds Sound Training Sound, Reason, Custom Rules and Use 5. Arts of Use: Early English Dictionaries, 1604-1658 Context Johnson's Dictionary: Aspiration and Resignation 'Hard usuall English wordes' An Unused Siding Bibliography Index
Julian Lamb is Assistant Professor of English Literary Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong