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Das grammatische Morphem ye: Eine Untersuchung seiner syntaktischen Funktion im Menzius


Gassmann, Robert H (1980). Das grammatische Morphem ye: Eine Untersuchung seiner syntaktischen Funktion im Menzius. Bern; Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.

Abstract

The grammatical morpheme ye is one of the prominent features of ancient Chinese texts. Its description and explanation has hitherto not been successful. This study shows that the realization or non-realization of ye is syntactically relevant.

The grammatical morpheme ye is one of the prominent features of ancient Chinese texts. Its description and explanation has hitherto not been successful. This study shows that the realization or non-realization of ye is syntactically relevant.

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Item Type:Monograph
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:180 Ancient, medieval & eastern philosophy
290 Other religions
Language:German
Date:1980
Deposited On:28 Apr 2014 11:42
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 17:51
Publisher:Peter Lang
Series Name:Schweizer Asiatische Studien, Studienhefte ; Bd.6
Number of Pages:161
ISBN:3-261-05002-0
Additional Information:Dissertation, Universität Zürich
Permanent URL: https://doi.org/10.5167/uzh-95651

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