The Syntax of the Celtic Languages: A Comparative Perspective Hardcover – 28 Mar 1996
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"...useful for both practitioners of P&P syntax and 'fellow travelers' working on Celtic syntax from other perspectives." H. Paul Manning, Anthropological Linguistics
"...provides solid and deep insight into major syntactical issues in the Celtic languages." Journal of Indo-European Studies
"...the volume is a valuable contribution to the existing literature on Celtic syntax" Canadian Journal of Linguistics
"...they cover considerable ground, and the volume is a valuable contribution to the existing literature on Celtic syntax." Máire B. Noonan, Canadian Journal of Linguistics
Leading researchers examine the Celtic languages in a comparative perspective. A substantial introduction makes the volume accessible to theoreticians unfamiliar with the languages and to specialists unfamiliar with the theory. This 1996 book makes a strong contribution to linguistic theory and to our understanding of the Celtic languages.See all Product Description
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