|Title||Semantics of the Inuktitut (Eskimo) spatial deictics.|
|Description:||Based on Rankin Inlet dialect, but refers briefly to other Canadian, and to work on Central and Siberian Yupik. Discusses 3 classes of deictics (demonstratives, adverbs, and predicative particles) and their semantic relationships, placing Eskimo issues within those general to locative semantics. Also in collection, typescript draft dated February 1980. Republished, slightly abridged, [??ting] most comparative considerations, under same title, IJAL 42(4):359-384.|
|Comments||Extra copy of IJAL submission in storage. Also in collection, typescript, 45 pp.|
Denny, J. Peter (author)
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