Oral Traditions of Anuta: A Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands

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OXFORD STUDIES IN ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS
William Bright, General Editor
Editorial Board
Wallace Chafe, University of California, Santa Barbara
Regna Darnell, University of Western Ontario
Paul Friedrich, University of Chicago
Dell Hymes, University of Virginia
Jane Hill, University of Arizona
Stephen C. Levinson, Max Planck Institute, The Netherlands
Joel Sherzer, University of Texas, Austin
David J. Parkin, University of London
Andrew Pawley, Australian National University
Jef Verschueren, University of Antwerp
Volumes Published in the Series
1 Gunter Senft: Classificatory Particles in Kilivila
2 Janis B. Nuckolls: Sounds Like Life: Sound-Symbolic Grammar, Performance, and Cognition in Pastaza Quechua
3 David B. Kronenfeld: Plastic Glasses and Church Fathers. Semantic Extension from the Ethnoscience Tradition
4 Lyle Campbell: American Indian Languages: The Historical Linguistics of Native America
5 Chase Hensel: Telling Our Selves. Ethnicity and Discourse in Southwestern Alaska
6 Rosaleen Howard-Malverde (ed): Creating Context in Andean Cultures
7 Charles L. Briggs (ed.): Disorderly Discourse. Narrative, Conflict, and Inequality
8 Anna Wierzbicka: Understanding Cultures through Their Key Words: English, Russian, Polish, German, and Japanese
9 Gerrit J. van Enk and Lourens de Vries: The Korowai of Irian Jaya: Their Language in Its Cultural Context
10 Peter Bakker: A Language of Our Own: The Genesis of Michif, the Mixed Cree-French Language of the Canadian Métis
11 Gunter Senft: Referring to Space. Studies in Austronesian and Papuan Languages
12 David McKnight: People, Countries, and the Rainbow Serpent. Systems of Classification among the Lardil of Mornington Island
13 Penelope Gardner-Chloros, Robert B. Le Page, Andrée Tabouret-Keller, and Gabrielle Varro (eds.): Vernacular Literacy Revisited
14 Steven Roger Fischer: Rongorongo, the Easter Island Script: History, Traditions, Text
15 Richard Feinberg: Oral Traditions of Anuta: A Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands

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