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Isogloss: language and legacy on Mount St. HelensAuthor(s): E. Dodd
Source: The Georgia Review
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionNothing standing aboveground today was here thirty years ago. The ground itself wasn't here. Oh, there was ground, but much of it lay below the surface where my boot soles slip a little in the loose pebbles of pumice. Rolling on loose rock and big ideas, for a moment I lose my sense of balance, glancing first at the sky above, then at the nearby peak of Mount St. Helens as if to stabilize myself.
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CitationDodd, E. 2012. Isogloss: language and legacy on Mount St. Helens. The Georgia Review. Spring 2012: 103-115.
KeywordsMount St. Helens, Isogloss, language
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