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MORGENSTIERNE, GEORG. - [DOCUMENTING THE PALULA LANGUAGE]

Notes on Phalura: An unknown Dardic language of Chitral.

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Oslo, Jacob Dybwad, 1941. Royal8vo. Uncut, unopened in the original printed wrappers. Very fine and clean. 53 pp. ¶ First appearance of Morgenstierne's important paper on the Palula language. Morgenstierne published his initial research in 1926 but this is the first extended paper that documents the Palula language.

Palula (also spelled Phalura, Palola, Phalulo, and also known as Ashreti or Dangarikwar, the name used by Khowar speakers), is a Dardic language spoken by approximately 10,000 people in the valleys of Ashret and Biori, as well as in the village Puri (also Purigal) in the Shishi valley, and at least by a portion of the population in the village Kalkatak, in the Chitral District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

Georg Morgenstierne wrote that Chitral is the area of the greatest linguistic diversity in the world.

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