Athabaskan Language Studies: Essays in Honor of Robert W. Young


ISBN: 9780826317056
Dewey: 497.2
LCC Number: PM641
Author: Robert W Young
Pages: 490
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Many leading figures in the field of Athabaskan languages contributed to this volume| and their range of topics matches Robert Young’s interests. Four papers deal with northern Athabaskan languages| which Young studied in the 1930s. The remaining essays focus on aspects of Navajo language and culture; Young has specialized in this area for over fifty years in collaboration with his mentor| William Morgan| Sr. Several essays present detailed analysis of verb and sentence structure in Navajo| two are studies of Navajo literacy| another examines Navajo philosophy| and one offers the first study of how children learn the complexities of the Navajo verb. Anyone interested in Navajo studies or Athabaskan languages will find these essays invaluable.

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Weight 2.2 lbs
Dimensions 9.57 × 6.51 × 1.58 in
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