The Romance Languages
Cambridge University Press, 5 sept. 1996 - 376 pages
What is a Romance language? How is it related to other Romance languages, how did they all evolve, and what can they tell us about language in general? In this comprehensive survey Rebecca Posner, a distinguished Romance specialist, examines this group of languages from a wide variety of perspectives. Her analysis combines philological expertise with insights drawn from modern theoretical linguistics, and relates linguistic features to historical and sociological factors. Her discussion is extensively illustrated with new and original data, and an up-to-date and comprehensive bibliography is included.
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As with all of the Cambridge language surveys, this book presents a useful comparative perspective on the evolution and status of the Romance languages, with focus on topics such as convergence ... Consulter l'avis complet
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What is a Romance language? Part 2
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