This book presents evidence for the claim that, contrary to most accounts, Yiddish only developed into a separate language in the 15th century. It offers a detailed analysis of Yiddish phonology, morphology, orthography, and lexis, and of the different linguistic influences on modern Yiddish dialects.
|Ширина упаковки||1||Количество страниц||648|
|ISBN||9780198739319||Автор на обложке||Beider, Alexander|
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