LINGUIST List 6.1101

Mon Aug 14 1995

Qs: Literary texts on CD, J. Roscoe, Maya/Mayan lg

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  1. "J.WHEATLEY", Literary Texts on CD
  2. Clare Gallaway, GMT
  3. Kalaya Tingsabadh, Maya/Mayan language

Message 1: Literary Texts on CD

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 11:50:06 Literary Texts on CD
From: "J.WHEATLEY" <wheatleyua.pt>
Subject: Literary Texts on CD

Can anyone tell me about the UK avaIlability of literary texts
such as Tess of the D'Urbervilles in particular, on CD and therefore usable
for corpus stylistics?

Thankyou

John Wheat;ley
Univ of Aveiro Portugal
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Message 2: GMT

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 14:04:00 GMT
From: Clare Gallaway <GALLAWAYfs1.ed.man.ac.uk>
Subject: GMT

Does anyone out there know of the whereabouts of Jane Roscoe
McBrearty, a linguist who gave an interesting paper ("Why
child phonology can never be deviant") at the Child Language Seminar
in York (UK) in 1987? I would like to contact her if poss.

Thank you!

clare.gallawayman.ac.uk
Centre for Audiology, Education of the Deaf and Speech Pathology
University of Manchester
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Message 3: Maya/Mayan language

Date: Mon, 14 Aug 1995 22:26:34 Maya/Mayan language
From: Kalaya Tingsabadh <kalayachulkn.car.chula.ac.th>
Subject: Maya/Mayan language



I'm looking for information on the Maya/Mayan language: descriptive as
well as historical. References are also needed.

Thank you.

Kalaya Tingsabadh
Department of Linguistics
Faculty of Arts
Chulalongkorn University
Bangkok 10330, Thailand
kalayachulkn.car.chula.ac.th
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