Can Apes Tell us What Language is?
The first part of this paper is based on a lecture given by E. LINDEN during the Second Conference on Language and Language Acquisition, held at Mons in 1980, The lecture itself was based on a book (in press) written by LINDEN and PATTERSON, about Koko.
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