Sawu: a language of Eastern Indonesia
This thesis is primarily a description of the Seba and Mesara dialects of Sawu (Chapters 1 to 7), but reference is made to other Sawu dialects. Chapters 8 and 9 place it in the wider context of eastern Indonesia. The Introduction provides a brief account of Sawu's language, speakers, islands and recent history. It also includes details of fieldwork, informants and data collected, together with a critical survey of the linguistic literature pertaining to Sawu. Chapter 1 is a phonology of...[Show more]
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