Diachronic Interpretation of Macedonian Verbal Morphology
|Author: ||Elson, Mark|
Treats the historical morphology of the verbal system of Macedonian, a Slavic language spoken in one-time Yugoslavia. Also considers the importance of the analysis offered in this study for the notion of paradigm in morphological analysis.
"Elson operates within a traditional structural framework to account for an enormous amount of data. His book is aimed at the specialist in South Slavic linguistics. . . . He is familiar with the relevant literature on the subject and gives the interpretations of others. . . . Elson has established himself as one of the leading American Slavists with an interest in Macedonian. The present volume is a worthy contribution to the increasing literature by non-Yugoslavs on the language." - Slavic and East European Journal