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Bahnaric Linguistic Bibliography with Selected Annotations

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The purpose of this bibliography is to assist Bahnaric linguists, translators, and scholars by indexing and cataloguing Bahnaric reference materials. References are first organized by linguistic domain. Next, references are organized historically via a helpful language index. Lastly, an author index is provided. This work also includes an updated Bahnaric map and a brief description of Bahnaric linguistic features. Readers will be drawn into the debate on Bahnaric classification and the question of which languages need to be deleted or added to the Bahnaric family.
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