”Wie schrieuwe Seeltersk” – a study of the orthography of Saterland Frisian literary texts

@inproceedings{Bergqvist2020WieSS,
  title={”Wie schrieuwe Seeltersk” – a study of the orthography of Saterland Frisian literary texts},
  author={Simon Bergqvist},
  year={2020}
}
The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether literary texts in Saterland Frisian correspond to the written form codified in dictionaries. In order to answer this question, two dictionaries have been investigated: one by Pyt Kramer, and one by Marron C. Fort. Both Kramer and Fort have proposed their own orthographic systems, and made efforts to establish them not only in their respective dictionaries, but in other written works as well. Two literary texts, written by speakers of Saterland… 

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