vernacularist

vernacularist

(vəˈnækjʊlərɪst)
n
1. (Linguistics) someone who uses vernacular speech
2. (Architecture) an architect who creates vernacular houses
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Along with an account of his early years, which does not always escape the hagiographical tone of its Bengali sources, Hatcher deconstructs the mix of attitudes: Cosmopolitan Orientalist (Jones), Evangelical Vernacularist (Carey), Improving Orientalist (Wilson), Improving Anglicist (Roy), and more, which were operative in Vidyasagar's milieu.
Carey was not a simple Orientalist nor a simple vernacularist, nor was he a strong Anglicizer; rather, he was an Anglo vernacularist-cum-orientalist.
Henry James and the modernists, Mark Twain and the vernacularists, Herman Melville and the postmoderns," and then highlights that "there is a less noticed line connecting William Dean Howells to F.