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Phonological variation

Phonological Variation in the Jamaican Continuum by Glenn A. Akers, Karoma Publishers, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1981.

SKU: cje-8-3-5

Jamaica Creole has been more thoroughly analysed than any other Caribbean vernacular with the possible exception of Haitian Creole. The book under review is a worthy successor to Beryl Bailey's Jamaican Creole Syntax (1966) in that, at the very least, it may be considered to have accomplished for the sound structure of the Creole what that earlier book did for its sentence structure. Indeed, it might justifiably be said to have done far more.

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