By M. Rita Manzini,Leonardo M. Savoia
This hugely unique and cutting edge research specializes in the morphosyntax of dialects comprising Italy, Corsica and the Italian and Romansch-speaking components of Switzerland. The empirical base utilized in the e-book encompasses a wealth of formerly unknown or understudied facts from numerous Romansch dialects, while the theoretical framework is very refined and up to date. Linguists of all genres can be enthusiastic about Manzini and Savoia’s radical end: they declare that their paintings indicates a unification of morphology and syntax.
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