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Filthy English
The How, Why, When And What of Everyday Swearing

Silverton, Peter
Publisher:  Portobello
Date Written:  05/10/2009
Year Published:  2009  
Pages:  256pp   ISBN:  978-1846271687
An exploration of swearing with background in psychology, evolutionary biology, anthropology, psychoanalysis and linguistics. Mainly focused on British English, however also explores languages such as Quebecois French and Russian.

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