|Title||The History and Function of YI-/BI- Alternation in Athabascan.|
|Description:||Perhaps the most widely discussed question in Athabascan literature concerns the distribution of the third person object pronouns which developed from Proto-Athabascan. This paper reviews some of the proposed answers to the question of what factors determine the distribution of these pronouns in the modern languages.|
Thompson, Chad L. (author)
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