Bibliography

Books

Allen, Shanley (1996), Aspects of Argument Structure Acquisition in Inuktitut (Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing).

Lyovin, Anatole V. (1997), An Introduction to the Languages of the World (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Maurais, Jacques (1996), Quebec's Aboriginal Languages: History, Planning, and Development (Clevedon, England; Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters).

Nowak, Elke (1996), Transforming the Images: Ergativity and Transitivity in Inuktitut (Eskimo) (New York: Mouton de Gruyter).

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