the reading of the article we get an idea of Robert King’s point of view and
arguments about language.
It is true that “our native tongue
helps shape our personal identity, giving us not only words and literature in
common with people who speak the same language but perhaps even habits of mind.”
(409) But in Robert D. King’s words “just how much of a country’s identity is
tied to its language? (…) is language diversity really threat to national