Selected Papers on Indo-European Linguistics: With a Section on Comparative Eskimo Linguistics, Part 2

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Museum Tusculanum Press, University of Copenhagen, 1999 - Eskimo languages - 708 pages
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The book contains 53 articles by the author from working papers of limited distribution. 4 articles are on Eskimo, while the bulk covers a variety of Indo-European subjects, with a special emphasis given to the reconstruction and analysis of the Indo-European protolanguage, the tracing or morphological categories, the Balto-Slavic accents, the problems presented by the Indo-European 'laryngeals', and the etymology of individual words from all branches of Indo-European. Seven articles are published for the first time.

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