Studies presented to Roman Jakobson by his students. [Edited by Charles E. Gribble].

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Published by Slavica Publishers in Cambridge, Mass .

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  • Slavic philology,
  • Linguistics

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Includes bibliography.

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ContributionsJakobson, Roman, 1896-, Gribble, Charles E.
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Pagination333 p. port. ;
Number of Pages333
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