Gregorio Salvador Caja

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Gregorio Salvador Caja (born 11 July 1927 in Cúllar, Granada, Spain) is a linguist specialized in structural semantics. Salvador studied in the University of Granada and Complutense University. He was one of the most important disciples of Manuel Alvar. He writes in the Spanish newspaper ABC.

Salvadaor Caja was elected to Seat q of the Real Academia Española on 5 June 1986, he took up his seat on 15 February 1987.[1]

Selected works[edit]

  • El habla de Cúllar-Baza: contribución al estudio de la frontera del andaluz (1958)
  • Unidades fonológicas vocálicas en el andaluz oriental (1977)
  • Las otras vocales andaluzas (Spanish Review of Linguistics, 1989)
  • Semántica y Lexicología del Español (Madrid, Paraninfo, 1985)
  • Estudios dialectológicos (Madrid, Paraninfo, 1987)
  • Lengua española y lenguas de España (Ariel, 1987)
  • Casualidades (Espasa-Calpe, 1994).
  • Política lingüística y sentido común (Istmo, 1992)
  • Un mundo con libros (Espasa-Calpe, 1995)
  • La lengua española, hoy, in collaboration with Manuel Seco (Juan March Foundation, 1995)
  • Historia de las letras, with Juan Ramón Lodares (Espasa-Calpe, 1996)
  • Granada, recuerdos y retornos (Universidad de Granada, 1996)
  • El eje del compás (Planeta, 2002). Novel
  • El destrozo educativo (Grupo Unisón, Madrid. 2004)
  • Nocturno londinense y otros relatos (Espasa-Calpe, 2006).
  • El fútbol y la vida (2007)
  • Estar a la que salte (Espasa-Calpe, 2007)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gregorio Salvador Caja". Real Academia Española. Archived from the original on 27 September 2015. Retrieved 27 March 2016. 
Preceded by:
(None)
q seat of the Spanish Royal Academy
15 February 1987
Succeeded by:
(Incumbent)
Preceded by:
Ángel Martín Municio
Vicedirector of the Spanish Royal Academy
1999 - 2007
Succeeded by:
José Antonio Pascual