Pages: ιε΄ + 124
Out of Print
The work of the late philhellene and researcher of Modern Greek, professor André Mirambel was first published in Paris in 1959. The book is not so much a textbook or a grammar as it is a descriptive analysis, whose sole purpose is to present the 'character structure' of the Greek language, as this becomes evident in its special structural and functional features. It is an excellent work, which does not examine the Modern Greek language using the up-until-then commonly employed method of historical analysis, but follows the method of synchronic analysis, as it was inaugurated by Ferdinand de Saussure.
The book was translated by Stamatis Karatzas, professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
|Full title||Η νέα ελληνική γλώσσα. Περιγραφή και ανάλυση [The Modern Greek language. Description and analysis]|
|Editing / Translation||St. Karatzas (transl.)|
|Edition||1st ed. 1978, 1st repr. 1988|
|Pages||ιε΄ + 124|