Browse Dissertations and Theses - Linguistics by Subject "Literature, Asian"

  • Chung, Raung-fu (1989)
    This thesis is concerned with four aspects of Kejia phonology: initial consonants, diphthong representations and syllabification, the domain of tone sandhi, and the notion of geminate inalterability. The analysis is in ...

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  • Kuo, Pin-Min (1994)
    Discourse connectives are regarded as the main linguistic device for the writer to guide the reader's inference toward the texts. Conversely, the reader's interpretation of the logical flow of the discourse is largely based ...

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  • Lee, Cher-Leng (1990)
    In reading a narrative, it is crucial to know who the writer is referring to. When the subject of each sentence is made explicit, this task of identifying the referent is simple. However, in a discourse-oriented language ...

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