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Souag L (2011). Prasse, Karl-G. 2010. Tuareg Elementary Course. Afrikanistik online, Vol. 2011. (urn:nbn:de:0009-10-31673)

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  author = 	"Souag, Lameen",
  title = 	"Prasse, Karl-G. 2010. Tuareg Elementary Course",
  journal = 	"Afrikanistik online",
  year = 	"2011",
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  abstract = 	"The dialect discussed in this book, Tahaggart, is numerically insignificant in comparison, spoken in Algeria and Libya around the Ahaggar Mountains by hardly more than 50,000 people; however, it is of particular historical and anthropological interest for its relative isolation both from Arabic and from sub-Saharan African languages, and was the subject of some of the earliest comprehensive lexicography (Foucauld 1951). The author of the book under review, Karl-G. Prasse, has devoted much of his long career to the linguistic study of Tuareg, including his four-volume Manuel de grammaire touaregue (tah{\v{a}}ggart) (Prasse 1972). In this book he returns to the theme of Tuareg grammar, bringing to it the benefit of his intervening years' experience.",
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  url = 	"http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0009-10-31673"
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