Linguistics

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0-89357-058-3
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1980

Disterheft examines the syntactic shift from the proto-IE nominalized verb to the morphologically distinct infinitives of the daughter languages. For this she focuses on the syntax of the infinitives in three groups (Indo-Iranian, Celtic, and Hittite) that have morphologically conservative infinitives. Applying internal reconstruction and the comparative method, the author concludes that purpose clauses and complements to verbs whose subjects...

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978-0-89357-248-8
246
1994

Monografiia iavliaetsia pervym samostoiatel'nym issledovaniem, posviashchennym russkim iskliucheniiam. Avtor rabotal nad nim v techenie bolee tridtsati let. V nachale semideshtykh godov poiavilis' ego pervye publikatsii, sviazannye s problemoi antisistemnykh iavlenii v iazyke. Eti iavleniia nabliudaiutsia na vsekh iazykovykh urovniakh, porozhdaia asistemnye sostoianiia. V iazyke, kak i v drugikh slozhnykh i neodnorodnykh iavleniiakh, est' struktury bolee ustoichivye i bolee glubokie; est'...

Craig Cravens, Masako U. Fidler, and Susan Kresin (eds.)

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978-0-89357-363-8 (Hardcover)
978-0-89357-360-7 (Paperback)
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2008

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From the editors: Czech studies in the United States would be inconceivable without Mike’s pioneering work, both his methodologically groundbreaking textbook and his numerous translations of Czech literature, including works by Karel Čapek, Bohumil Hrabal, Milan Kundera, Jan Neruda, and others. These translations often serve as an entry point to Czech culture, both for our students and for the general...

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978-0-89357-224-2
272
1991

Along with an analysis of the New York Missal itself (a Croatian Glagolitic manuscript of the second quarter of the 15th century), this volume represents a statement of the phonetic, orthographic, and graphic characteristics of Croatian Church Slavonic during the 14th and 15th centuries. In it the author attempts to define criteria for linguistic and paleographic dating and localizing of...

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0-89357-223-3
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1991

Although the author characterizes this book as an "introductory textbook," it in fact covers a wide range of topics and levels and will be suitable for persons at all levels except the most advanced. The first five chapters are preparation for the main part of the book. Chapter I describes the Slavic languages as they exist at present -- their...

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