The Language of Slovakia's Rusyns ebook
by Professor Juraj Vanko
Series: East European Monographs (Book 11). Hardcover: 250 pages. Publisher: East European Monographs (June 15, 2000).
Rusyns are a national minority in Slovakia who live primarily in the northeastern part of the country.
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Tellingly, the index in the Sussex and Cubberley’s book has separate entries for Ruthenian and Rusyn. East European Monographs. New York: Columbia University Press.
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They descend from an East Slavic population which inhabited the northern regions of the Eastern Carpathians from the Early Middle Ages
The Prešov Rusyn alphabet of Slovakia has 36 letters.
The Prešov Rusyn alphabet of Slovakia has 36 letters. It includes all the letters of the Ukrainian alphabet plus ё, ы, and ъ. The Lemko Rusyn alphabet of Poland has 34 letters.
The paper deals with one aspect of the professor Juraj Vaňko's work, the field of Slavic linguistics, where he focuses on contrastive .
Rusyns are a national minority in Slovakia who live primarily in the northeastern part of the country where it borders on Poland and Ukraine. This book describes the position of the Rusyn literary language and Rusyn dialects of eastern Slovakia between and among the Ukrainian and Slovak literary languages and their dialects. The author ilustrates how Rusyn sentence structure is distinguished by some very specific features.
The book first provides background information on the relationship of language to the national awakening and on the Rusyn spoken dialects and literary language of eastern Slovakia. A concluding chapter provides a detailed anlaysis of the phonological, morphological, lexical, and syntactical features of the Rusyn language.
The entire text is bilingual, in English and Slovak.