The Munda Languages

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Gregory D. S. Anderson
Routledge, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 783 pages
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The Munda group of languages of the Austroasiatic family are spoken within central and eastern India by almost ten million people. To date, they are the least well-known and least documented languages of the Indian subcontinent.

This unprecedented and original work draws together a distinguished group of international experts in the field of Munda language research and presents current assessments of a wide range of typological and comparative-historical issues, providing agendas for future research.

Representing the current state of Munda Linguistics, this volume provides detailed descriptions of almost all of the languages in the family, in addition to a brief chapter discussing the enigmatic Nihali language.

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Gregory D. S. Anderson is Director of the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages.

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