Issues in the Phonology and Morphology of the Major Iberian Languages
Fernando Martinez Gil,
Alfonso Morales Front,
Hardcover Book, 720 pages
This collection explores current issues in the phonology and morphology of the major Iberian languages: Basque, Catalan, Galician, Portuguese, and Spanish. Most of the essays are based on innovative theoretical frameworks and show how recent revolutions in theoretical ideas have affected the study of these languages.
Distinguished scholars address a diverse range of topics, including: stress assignment, phonological variability, distribution of rhotics, the imperative paradigm, focus, pluralization, spirantization, intonation, prosody, apocope, epenthesis, palatalization, and depalatalization.
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|Hardcover Book, 720 pages||English|
|Georgetown University Press (Feb. 1st, 1997)||Unknown|
|9780878406470||6.33 x 9.32 x 1.69 inches|