Editor: Alan S. Kaye
Hardback: ISBN: 9781575061092 Pages: 1380 Price: U.S. $ 175.00 Comment: 2-volume set
Just released: a magnificent two-volume set, "Morphologies of Asia and Africa," edited by Alan S. Kaye.
This comprehensive collection of essays covers both the Afroasiatic languages of the Middle East and North Africa as well as other languages that are found in this geographic region. Nearly 50 essays by the leading scholars in each language provide comprehensive discussion of the morphology of these languages; and the set is edited by one of the last half-century's foremost experts on the linguistics of this region. In two volumes totaling almost 1400 pages, this publication provides the most up-to-date summary of the morphology of languages: both ancient languages - from Akkadian to Syriac - and modern - from Arabic to Tsez. Essays on the non-Afroasiatic languages spoken in the geographical region, such as Hittite, Sumerian, Sanskrit, and Armenian (for example), are also included. There is too much to list in this short note. For a complete table of contents, go to:
xxvi + 1380 pages, 2 volumes. List price: $179.50; your price: $157.50.
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