, Volume 70, Number 6

Michael Worton, CBE, is Emeritus Professor of Arts and lately Vice-Provost at University College London

That the English language is now dominant in the world should make life easier for its native speakers, one might think. Alas no. It means everyone else is at least bilingual and in a globalized market, more employable

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