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This postwar polyglottism was just a faint foreshadowing, I think, of the pidgins and creoles (the very words sound like species of bird) to come in the wake of globalism.
Chris Tessone at Protestant Polyglot now with added polyglottism! has posted an entry giving the Coptic resources he's found on the web in the course of preparing for graduate work.
The French have viewed this creeping polyglottism with a touch of disdain and, in 1977, introduced legislation outlawing all foreign words in advertisements.