The Historical Morphology of the Baltic Verb

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Institute for the Study of Man, 2000 - Foreign Language Study - 445 pages
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The purpose of this book is to suggest a possible scenario for the history of Baltic verbal morphology with relatively little attention to semantics and syntax. The various stages of development from a reconstructed Proto-Indo-European verbal system to the attested systems of the extant Baltic languages are proposed. Various innovative theories of the author and other contemporary specialists in Baltic historical linguistics are discussed and evaluated, in many cases making available the results of their work available in English for the first time. In addition to a large bibliography on the Baltic verb the book is supplied with an index of each word form discussed.

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