LINGUIST List 5.54

Sun 16 Jan 1994

Books: African langs, Phonology

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AFRICAN LANGS

Mchombo, Sam A. (ed.) THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF BANTU GRAMMAR
 CSLI Publications 1993 x, 290 pp. Bantu Languages
 US $22.95 (paper) $45.00 (cloth) ISBN 0-937073-72-5 (paper),
 0-937073-73-3 (cloth)
 Distributed by The University of Chicago Press (1-800-621-2736)
Papers in this volume deal with various aspects of the structure of
Bantu languages, including the study of double objects in applicative
constructions, the morphology and syntax of noun class prefixes, and
reflexivization and reciprocalization.


PHONOLOGY

Buckley, Eugene THEORETICAL ASPECTS OF KASHAYA PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY
 CSLI Publications 1993 xii, 408 pp. Phonology, Morphology
 US $22.95 (paper) $45.00 (cloth) ISBN 1-881526-02-X (paper),
 1-881526-03-8 (cloth)
 Distributed by The University of Chicago Press (1-800-621-2736)
This study discusses a wide range of phonological and morphological
phenomena in Kashaya, a Pomoan language of northern California, and
considers their implications for current theories of generative
grammar.
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