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Gypsy Dialects : A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Materials for the Practical Study of Romani - Edward Proctor

Gypsy Dialects

A Selected Annotated Bibliography of Materials for the Practical Study of Romani

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Anyone who wishes to learn to speak Romani, a language made up of many dialects and spoken by Gypsy and Roma people throughout the world, will find this scholarly bibliography essential to their studies. Intended to be as accessible as possible, this thorough guide is not bogged down in linguistic technicalities, and the author's informed comments on the entries enable students of Romani to decide for themselves which materials best suit their purposes. The material has been arranged logically with a broad scope and user-friendly commentaries. Additional information details print and online resources, as well as audio recordings.

1 Introduction2 The Chilterns and Essex region in the Late Romano-British period3 The Chilterns and Essex region after c410: abandonment or continuity?4 Early Anglo-Saxon architecture5 Germanic migration: the placename evidence6 Methodological conclusions7 Transition

ISBN: 9781905313709
ISBN-10: 1905313705
Audience: General
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 20th October 2011
Publisher: University of Hertfordshire Press
Country of Publication: GB