British Sign Language
Routledge – 1984 – 248 pages
This first linguistic study of British Sign Language is written for students of linguistics, for deaf and hearing sign language researchers, for teachers and social workers for the deaf. The author cross-refers to American Sign Language, which has usually been more extensively studied by linguists, and compares the two languages.
`The first clear, authoritative accessible account of British Sign Language (BSL)' - Roy Harris, Times Literary Supplement