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Slack Voice:The Phonetic Nature of the Voiced Consonants in Ancient Chinese

@article{Xiaonong2010SlackVP,
  title={Slack Voice:The Phonetic Nature of the Voiced Consonants in Ancient Chinese},
  author={Zhu Xiao-nong},
  journal={Studies in language and linguistics},
  year={2010}
}
  • Zhu Xiao-nong
  • Published 2010
  • History
  • Studies in language and linguistics
  • The quanzhuo(muddy) stops(including explosives and affricates) in Middle Chinese is generally regarded as the(unaspirated) modal voiced,like those appearing in English or French.Karlgren,however,reconstructed them as 'voiced aspirated' consonants early last century.Recently,his reconstruction is echoed by Huang Xiaoshan(黄笑山) and Mai Yun(麦耘),who suggest a reconstruction of voiceless sounds with voiced aspiration or breathy voice in late Middle Chinese(after the Mid Tang(唐) dynasty through early… CONTINUE READING
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