||Dimock introduces the Bengali words to be pronounced, and the native speaker renders the examples--first singly, then in contrastive pairs. (Note: It is not clear who the native speaker is.) The text used is probably the version of Introduction to Bengali, Part I released in September 1959.
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||Dimock, Edward (speaker); Chatterjee, Suhas C. (speaker); Bhattacharji, Somdev (author); Dimock, Edward, et al. (author)
||Recording is on Track 2 of the tape labeled as "MISC: Calkins / Bengali". The recording was almost certainly made on the University of Chicago campus at the Old Lab in Classics c. 1962. Note: the Calkins lecture was deemed to poor in quality to be digitized.
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