The author assembles and summarizes what is currently known about the phonetic nature of suprasegmentals and evaluates the available evidence from the point of view of linguistic theory. She describes observed linguistic facts, seeks to explain them, and attempts to set up predictions. The book contains a great deal of painstakingly gathered evidence for the existence of speech patterns whose domain is larger than a segment and which, the author states, should form a part of linguistic theory. Suprasegmental features are either listed as the set of features consisting of pitch, stress, and quantity or defined as features whose domain extends over more than one segment. In American linguistics, the author points out, the term is used more or less synonymously with prosodic features. She contends that neither definition is complete and intends in this research to provide a more fully satisfying description of these complex and elusive phenomena.
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Ilse Lehiste [ pronunciation? Ilse Lehiste finished high school in Tallinn and studied piano playing at the Conservatory. In she began her studies at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Tartu. In she moved to Germany, where she continued her studies — while working for her keep — at the universities of Leipzig and Hamburg , and obtained a doctoral degree at the University of Hamburg. Her thesis dealt with the work of William Morris , in particular the part concerning Nordic literature. In she moved to the United States where she defended her second doctoral thesis — this one about linguistics — at the University of Michigan.
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