John Jacob Thomas

Trinidadian linguist and writer

1841   -   1889

country of citizenship: Trinidad and Tobago
language of expression: English-based creole languages
occupation: writer

John Jacob Thomas, who published as J. J. Thomas (1841 – 1889) was a Trinidadian linguist and writer. He wrote a grammar of Trinidadian Creole (1869), but is best known for Froudacity (1889), a rebuttal of J. A. Froude's 1888 book The English in the West Indies.
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