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By Inca Garcilaso de la Vega

ISBN-10: 8466001360

ISBN-13: 9788466001366

Reconocido como el primer escritor cl?sico hispanoamericano, autor de los angeles mejor de todas las obras que se han escrito sobre l. a. historia antigua de Am?rica, el Inca Garcilaso de l. a. Vega (Per?, 1539-Espa?a, 1616) capt? y supo brindar, como ning?n cronista europeo pod?a hacerlo, un fresco inigualable del verdadero esp?ritu de l. a. civilizaci?n incaica. Historiador de l. a. conquista espa?ola y de las subsiguientes guerras civiles en el Per?, el Inca Garcilaso de l. a. Vega escribe de todo coraz?n e ilumina cualquier punto que trata con tal variedad y riqueza de ilustraci?n que deja poco que desear a los angeles curiosidad m?s importuna. los angeles diferencia entre leer sus Comentarios reales (1609) y los relatos de otros cronistas es l. a. misma que hay entre leer una obra en su unique o en una traducci?n escueta. Publicada en dos vol?menes, esta edici?n sigue a l. a. establecida por ?ngel Rosenblat modernizando las graf?as y cotejando en este caso las diversas ediciones iniciales.

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Similarly, MaryEllen García argues that the use of the preposition en is expanding in a process of simplification which involves reduced frequency of use of competing prepositions in the Spanish of San Antonio, Texas. The definition of simplification given above appears to correspond to the notion of overgeneralization (cf. Preston 1982; Silva-Corvalán 1990) as the more extensive use of a form than expected in ordinary practice. , the less frequent use of a competing form. , where we may have XY extending to X0 or vice versa.

I owe an extended thanks to the authors in this collection for their contribution and for responding promptly to my many editorial requests. " Her untimely death has made it impossible to incorporate it in the collection. Estela, we remember you and we thank you. I also wish to convey thanks to the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Division of Humanities at the University of Southern California for financial help with the preparation of the volume. The task of formatting the final manuscript according to the specifications of the publisher was expertly assumed by Deborah Gill, who helped as well with matters of style and English grammar.

But I believe that they actually fall into two different sets, and that the two sets are distinguished both by the nature of their linguistic structure and by the social circumstances of their development. The distinction has to do with whether the mixed language is that of a persistent ethnic group or that of a new social group (sometimes ethnic, sometimes multiethnic, sometimes a subgroup within a community). The most obvious nonlinguistic correlate of this distinction is time: mixed languages in persistent ethnic groups develop through long, slow processes of language change, with or without eventual language shift; mixed languages in new ethnic groups, by contrast, emerge relatively rapidly, sometimes within a single generation.

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