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Title Theoretical Aspects of Eskimo Phonology.
Description:Includes comparative attempt to establish basic noun base classes and generative rules for noun morphophonemics in Greenlandic and Central Yupik (Hinz:  some data , not identified, from fieldwork with Haskell Institute students, not identified); subject, aside from theoretical discussion, same as Underhill 1976 (1970), not acknowledged.  Also in collection, earlier draft, 1976, 219 pp.
Comments Folder 1:  finished dissertation.  Folder 2:  draft.  Extra copy of finished dissertation in storage.
Contributors St. Clair, Robert (author)
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
LingType phonology
Files: CE973S1976f.1.pdf

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