Urarina is an endangered language spoken by less than 3,000 people in the rainforests of northwestern Peru and is not related to any other language family in the area. This book provides a comprehensive description of Urarina grammar covering all areas of the language. Features not commonly found in other languages include the word order (object-verb-subject) and a fascinating array of morphological forms. A Grammar of Urarina is based on the framework of basic linguistic theory, which will be accessible to scholars from a wide range of backgrounds. The book fills a gap not only for studies in Amazonian languages but also from a typological perspective.Olawsky, Knut J. is the author of 'Grammar of Urarina ', published 2006 under ISBN 9783110190205 and ISBN 3110190206.