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This book explores the boundaries of the category of gender and their theoretical significance within the framework of Canonical Typology. Grammatical gender is a famously puzzling category: although it has been widely explored from a typological perspective, studies are constantly identifying exciting and unexpected patterns in gender systems, many of which cannot be easily classified or straightforwardly analysed. Some of these patterns stretch or even threaten to cross the largely unexplored outer boundaries of the ...

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    • Title: Non-Canonical Gender Systems by Sebastian Fedden; Jenny Audring; Greville G. Corbett
    • Publisher: Oxford University Press Academic UK
    • Print ISBN: 9780198795438, 0198795432
    • eText ISBN: 9780192514783
    • Edition: 2018 1st edition
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