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Ritual texts of the last traditional practitioners of Nanwang Puyuma (review)

Ritual texts of the last traditional practitioners of Nanwang Puyuma (review) OCEANIC LINGUISTICS, VOL. 48, NO. 2 familiar with the geography of the region under consideration. My only other criticism is that the covers began to curl up after I had had the book only two days. As I mentioned at the beginning of this review, this compilation has been long awaited. Clark has done a remarkable job in trolling through data sources of all kinds and quality and tying things together in this easily accessible format. The work will be of considerable value to researchers in the Oceanic field. JOHN LYNCH University of the South Pacific REFERENCES Clark, Ross. 1985. Languages of north and central Vanuatu: Groups, chains, clusters and waves. In Austronesian Linguistics at the 15th Pacific Science Congress, ed. by Andrew Pawley and Lois Carrington, 199­236. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. Geraghty, Paul. 1990. Proto-Eastern Oceanic *R and its reflexes. In Pacific Island languages: Essays in honour of G. B. Milner, ed. by Jeremy H. C. S. Davidson, 51­93. London and Honolulu: School of Oriental and African Studies and University of Hawaii Press. Ross, Malcolm, Andrew Pawley, and Meredith Osmond, eds. 2008. The lexicon of Proto Oceanic: The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society, vol. 3: Plants. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

Ritual texts of the last traditional practitioners of Nanwang Puyuma (review)

Oceanic Linguistics , Volume 48 (2) – Jan 28, 2009

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OCEANIC LINGUISTICS, VOL. 48, NO. 2 familiar with the geography of the region under consideration. My only other criticism is that the covers began to curl up after I had had the book only two days. As I mentioned at the beginning of this review, this compilation has been long awaited. Clark has done a remarkable job in trolling through data sources of all kinds and quality and tying things together in this easily accessible format. The work will be of considerable value to researchers in the Oceanic field. JOHN LYNCH University of the South Pacific REFERENCES Clark, Ross. 1985. Languages of north and central Vanuatu: Groups, chains, clusters and waves. In Austronesian Linguistics at the 15th Pacific Science Congress, ed. by Andrew Pawley and Lois Carrington, 199­236. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. Geraghty, Paul. 1990. Proto-Eastern Oceanic *R and its reflexes. In Pacific Island languages: Essays in honour of G. B. Milner, ed. by Jeremy H. C. S. Davidson, 51­93. London and Honolulu: School of Oriental and African Studies and University of Hawaii Press. Ross, Malcolm, Andrew Pawley, and Meredith Osmond, eds. 2008. The lexicon of Proto Oceanic: The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society, vol. 3: Plants.

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