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Sl. shelf-wear, otherwise little used. A study of the history of Japanese diachronic linguistic phonology and Onbin (euphony) from Old and Middle Japanese to the present day, the author having had a research scholarship at the University of Waseda, Tokyo and also studied at the University of Copenhagen, SOAS and UCLA. Uses Henning Anderson's methods to analyse trends in the mutation of the Japanese language. 168 pp.
Title: A case study in diachronic phonology: the Japanese Onbin sound changes
Edition: 1st edition
Publisher: Aarhus University Press: 1995
ISBN Number: 87 7288 489 6
Binding: Paper covers
Book Condition: V.g.
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Weight: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 2269
Keywords: English, Japanese (transcribed)