Handbook of Australian Languages

Volume 3

HardboundNot sold seperately
ISBN 9789027220059
 
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ISBN 9789027273536 | EUR 138.00 | USD 207.00
 
This handbook makes available short grammatical sketches of Australian languages. Each grammar is written in a standard format, following guidelines provided by the editors, and includes a sample text and vocabulary text. The contributions to this volume are salvage studies, giving all the information that is available on four languages which are on the point of extinction, and an assessment of what linguistic impressions can be inferred from the scant material that is available on the extinct languages of Tasmania.
[Not in series, HAL 3]  1983.  xxiv, 531 pp. + 5 maps
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Subjects

Linguistics

Australian languages
BIC Subject: CFF – Historical & comparative linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  83117088 | Marc record