Exploring the Boundaries of Caribbean Creole Languages

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University of West Indies Press
Dialectology, Literary Criticism, Pidgins & Creoles, Caribbean islands, General, Caribbean & Latin Ame
ContributionsHazel Simmons-mcdonald (Editor), Ian Robertson (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9728327M
ISBN 109766401861
ISBN 139789766401863

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Book category Adult Non-Fiction. ISBN ISBN The contributors to this collection address a range of issues in Caribbean linguistics. At this stage of Caribbean development, it is critical that we have a broader appreciation of the significance of the languages of the region for developing a deeper sense of self and for understanding others who have shared a common Caribbean experience/5(6).

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