Jules Bloch

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Jules Bloch (May 1, 1880, Paris – November 29, 1953) was a French linguist who studied Indian languages, and was also interested in languages in their cultural and social contexts.

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  • Jules Bloch, La formation de la langue marathe [The Formation of the Marathi Language], thesis, [1914/1920], Prix Volney.
  • Jules Bloch, La Structure Grammaticale des Langues Dravidiennes, Librairie d'Amérique et d'Orient, Adrien-Maisonneuve, Paris, 1946.
  • Jules Bloch, 1954, The Grammatical Structure of Dravidian Languages, Authorised Translation from the original French by Ramkrishna Ganesh Harshé, Deccan College Hand-Book Series, Pune.
  • Jules Bloch, « Application de la cartographie à l'Histoire de l'Indo-Aryen », [Application of Cartography in Indo-Aryan History], work published posthumously by C. Caillat and P. Meile, in Cahiers de la Société Asiatique, n° XIII, Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1963.
  • Colette Caillat, Recueil d'articles de Jules Bloch, 1906-1955, [Collection of Articles by Jules Bloch, 1906-1955], texts gathered by Colette Caillat, Collège de France, Institut de civilisation indienne; Published by E. de Boccard, Paris, 1985.

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