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Enga questions : structural and semantic studies

Lang, Ranier


Enga is the language of approximately 150,000 speakers in the Wapenamanda, Wabag, and Laiagam areas of the Western Highlands of New Guinea. Enga is the name given them by outsiders, in this case the Melpa of the Mt. Hagen area to the east. No feeling of "Enganess" existed before the Pax Australiana, although it is slowly developing now as the Enga begin to discover that their universe is considerably larger than their own clan territory and that of the people with whom they customarily...[Show more]

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Date published: 1970
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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