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The Ket language has many features to offer, which are at best marginally understood, and, doubtlessly, professional linguists will be able to produce a theoretically more interesting and adequate description of Ket even on the basis of the data presented in this book. Natalija Michajlovna Grišina's has great expertise in the field, a life-long devotion to Yeniseic studies, and a truly stunning command of the Ket language. During the process of writing this book, three field-trips have been undertaken by the author, in 1999, 2000, and 2001, to settlements on the Lower Yenisei, where the language still can be heard spoken (the Central and Southern Ket varieties, respectively, no field-trip to villages with Northern Ket speaking people).

Keywords: Central and Southern Ket varieties; Ket language; Natalija Michajlovna Grišina; Yeniseic studies



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