Problems of Polysynthesis

Problems of Polysynthesis The papers deal with a range of questions raised for linguistic theory and description by polysynthetic languages Prototypical polysynthetic lamguages found among unrelated language families in such

  • Title: Problems of Polysynthesis
  • Author: Nicholas Evans Hans-Jurgen Sasse
  • ISBN: 9783050037325
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • The papers deal with a range of questions raised for linguistic theory and description by polysynthetic languages Prototypical polysynthetic lamguages, found among unrelated language families in such varied parts of the world as North America, Meso America, Siberia, northern Australia, and Papua New Guinea, display remarkably similar suites of grammatical characteristics.The papers deal with a range of questions raised for linguistic theory and description by polysynthetic languages Prototypical polysynthetic lamguages, found among unrelated language families in such varied parts of the world as North America, Meso America, Siberia, northern Australia, and Papua New Guinea, display remarkably similar suites of grammatical characteristics But, nearly two centuries after Humboldt and Kleinschmidt began to make the existence and interest of polysythetic languages widely known among linguistics, languages of this type continue to pose a challange to every major linguistic theory.

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    1. Nicholas Evans Hans-Jurgen Sasse

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.Holding a Ph.D in Linguistics from the Australian National University, he is Head and Professor at the Department of Linguistics, Division of Society and Environment of the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies RSPAS at the Australian National University ANU Formerly, he was Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Applied Linguistics at the University of Melbourne b 1956

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