WHAT'S THE NAME, PLEASE? by Charles Earle Funk

WHAT'S THE NAME, PLEASE?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An outgrowth of the popular department in the Literary Digest, and the result of recurrent and constant demand for the material in book form. A dictionary of pronunciation of current proper names -- names of places, people, and so on. Entertainingly done, with originality in the method of dramatizing the pronunciation. Should be a good book for small but steady sale, and an important book for school and public libraries.

Pub Date: May 7th, 1936
Publisher: Funk & Wagnalls