The Making of a Language: The Case of the Idiom of Wilamowice, Southern Poland

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Walter de Gruyter, 2003 - 539 sider

The book presents unique literature in a minority ethnolect - the Germanic dialect of Wilamowice in Southern Poland. The manuscripts, written in the ethnolect at the beginning of the 20th century, were discovered in 1989. The book contains full versions of several texts of various length written by Florian Biesik, who decided to create a literary standard for Wilamowicean in order to prove its non-German, but possibly Anglo-Saxon, Dutch, Flemish or Frisian origin. Thus it presents both the dialectal literature and the most important elements of the local culture during the final stages of its extinction.

 

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Side 533 - Dialect literature: Its importance in the maintenance of a minority language (Slovene in Austria).

Om forfatteren (2003)

Tomasz Wicherkiewicz is Associate Professor at The Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznán, Poland.

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