Fiche : 13104, type : Generic, mots-clés : waf;cvi;gnb;amr;hst;lng;grm;lxl;phn;z.y.350;ths;
Langue(s) traitée(s) : Papiamentu (ha).    Langue du texte : en

Martinus, Efraim Frank (1997). The kiss of a slave: Papiamentu’s West-African connections. University of Amsterdam, , . xiii, 292 pp.

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Notes : Corrected reprint of the author’s dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 1996. The author aims to “present new evidence ... for the monogenetic Proto-Afro-Portuguese creole theory (PAPC) and to demonstrate that Papiamentu began to develop in the Netherlands Antilles around 1640 as a mixture of several Afro-Portuguese dialects transferred from the west coast of Africa through the slave trade ... Through an extensive historical-phonological comparison between Papiamentu, Cape Verdean creoles and Guiné-Bissau creole more than 80 connections between these languages will be demonstrated” (p 1).

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Date de la dernière modification : 2007-09-03