Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hosea Biglow” in chapter 1 of Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Olde Cambridge:
...-the dialect of corresponding families in England. There had been less time than now for differences of climate and social habit to develop different intonations and pronunciations. The speech of Hosea Biglow was the speech, on the other hand, not of peasants,--for there was no such class,--but of New England farmers, and consequently of their sons who came to the neighborhood of cities to do farmwork and...
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