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Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features
     

Workpapers Concerning Waorani Discourse Features

by Evelyn G. Pike
 

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The papers in this volume are based on sixty-three pages of folktale and historical text in the Waorani language, which is a language of Ecuador.

Articles
How to know what to remember: Affixal clues, by Gilley, Leoma G.
Hypothesis on helping to identify Waorani discourse types, by Hepner, Carol.
Thematic unity as evidence for the presence of paragraphs,

Overview

The papers in this volume are based on sixty-three pages of folktale and historical text in the Waorani language, which is a language of Ecuador.

Articles
How to know what to remember: Affixal clues, by Gilley, Leoma G.
Hypothesis on helping to identify Waorani discourse types, by Hepner, Carol.
Thematic unity as evidence for the presence of paragraphs, by Hepner, Mark.
The function of ayæ̃ 'then' in Waorani, by Holman, Mary E.
Waorani verb affixes, by Holman, Thomas W.
What can mark the peak of a story?, by Miller, Michael.
Trees for constituent analysis from discourse to morpheme, by Pike, Evelyn G.
Chronological and logical discourse chains, by Ross, Deborah.
Part IV: The texts, by Saint, Rachel and Evelyn G. Pike, editors.
Notes on referential elements in three texts, by Wilkendorf, Patricia.
Waorani clause formulas, by Wilkendorf, Patricia.
Prominence of waves of space and time, by Wilt, Timothy L.
Tracking participants at points where they are not named, by Zander, Lynn.

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2940022875614
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Summer Institute of Linguistics
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