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A grammar of Alamblak : (Papua New Guinea)

Bruce, Leslie Peter


This dissertation is primarily a presentation of a grammar of Alamblak, a language of the Sepik River area of Papua New Guinea. The grammar includes phonological and morpho-syntactic components supplemented with a section relating Alamblak to other Middle Sepik languages. There are several significant aspects of Alamblak phonology and morpho-syntax which are given prominence in the grammar. These include discussions of 1) abstractness in phonology, reinterpretation and language change; 2)...[Show more]

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Date published: 1979
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d723f2d2b4f6
Access Rights: Open Access


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