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Gereon Müller (2020). Inflectional morphology in harmonic serialism. (Advances in Optimality Theory.) Sheffield & Bristol, CT: Equinox Publishing. Pp. x + 350.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 December 2021

Itamar Kastner*
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University of Edinburgh

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Thanks to Laura Kalin for comments on a previous draft.

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