The Turkic Languages

@inproceedings{Johanson1998TheTL,
  title={The Turkic Languages},
  author={Lars Johanson and {\'E}va Csat{\'o} Johanson},
  year={1998}
}
The Turkic Languages is the first reference book for almost forty years to bring together detailed discussions of the historical development and specialised linguistic structures and features of the languages in the Turkic family. 

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