The Syntax of the Celtic Languages: A Comparative Perspective
by R.D. Borsley & Ian Roberts (Editors)
- The leading researchers in the field examine Welsh, Irish, Breton and Scots Gaelic in
comparative perspective, making reference to recent work on English, French, Arabic, German
and other languages. The editors have provided a substantial introduction which seeks to
make the volume accessible to theoreticians unfamiliar with the Celtic languages and also
to Celtic specialists who are less familiar with the theoretical framework underpinning
- a history of the Celtic peoples that argues that their lack of unity
helped them to resist conquest by others. This is a fascinating story of
adaptation and endurance that traces the Celtic peoples from their beginnings
to their modern day descendents.
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