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Louisiana Creole dialect

together with brief sketches of various churches, congregations and prominent workers in the kingdom, 1820-1920

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      • This study, in greater elaboration and accompanied by phonographic recordings, was originally submitted as a thesis to the graduate faculty of the University of Montreal.--Pref.The proverbs and medical formulas are in phonetic transcription.The poetry, tales and fables are in Creole with French translations.

        StatementLouisiana state university press
        PublishersLouisiana state university press
        LC Classifications1942
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 52 p. :
        Number of Pages72
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata
        2no. 5
        3Louisiana state university and agricultural and mechanical college. Romance languages series,
        Preface, Phonetics. Grammar. Idioms. Folklore: Proverbs and dit-ons.Medical prescriptions.Superstitions.Poetry.Tales. La Fontaines fables in translation. Glossary. Bibliography (p. 130-134)

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