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Mikhail Lomonosov and Vuk Karadžić : a study of two language reformers

Mueller, Felicity


The various modern Slavonic literary languages developed between the second half of the eighteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century . Russian and Polish are the only Slavonic languages which were able to develop without experiencing any interruption of their literary traditions, i.e. they are the only Slavonic languages which have a continuous literary tradition.

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Date published: 1978-01
Type: Thesis (Masters)


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