Pidgins and Creoles: Current Trends and Prospects
edited by David DeCamp and Ian Hancock
Georgetown University Press
Paper: 978-0-87840-206-9
Library of Congress Classification PM7831.P5
Dewey Decimal Classification 417.2

ABOUT THIS BOOK
ABOUT THIS BOOK

A collection of work on pidgins and creoles that includes discussions of the English-derived creole of San Andres Island and the French-derived creole of Cayenne, the theoretical contributions of creolistics to general linguistic theory, decreolization, generative phonological treatment of a hypothesized English-derived proto-creole, and the little-known Shelta language.


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