Germanske Sprog

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University of Alabama Press, 1989 - Foreign Language Study - 177 pages
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"The Germanic Languages" may easily be read by scholars with limited knowledge of Germanic philology. It provides a solid introduction to the debate generated by attempts at classification. In addition, it contains an extensive bibliography of related works and pays considerable attention to necessary background information."--Language

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Contents

An IndoEuropean Language Group
15
HI Germanic Tribal Movements
35
rv The Grouping of the Germanic Languages
67
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About the author (1989)

Hans Frede Nielsen is Associate Professor of English, Odense University, Denmark. He is the author of three books on Germanic and English historical linguistics.

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