Reading and Writing the Lakota Language
Though Reading and Writing the Lakota Language is thorough in its inclusion of conjugation, syntax, and sentence, it emphasizes vocabulary and pronunciation. Author Albert White Hat Sr. presents Lakota philosophy as it applies to specific grammar lessons. Moreover, he documents the impact of the acculturation process on the language, showing how Lakota evolved as a result of non-Indian influences. The textual example offers new information and interpretation of Lakota society, even to scholars who specialize n Plains cultures. Beyond language instruction, readers will value the book for its cultural insights, humorous stories, and its entertaining tone.
Albert White Hat, Sr. is a professor at Sinte Gleska University.
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- PDF | 240 pages
- University of Utah Press; First Edition edition (February 26, 1999)
- Politics & Social Sciences
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