Shortly after the appearance of verb work in Aromanian. Structure and values (Bucharest, Romanian Academy Publishing House, 2006), Manuela Nevaci publishes a new book about Aromanian, profilându already is a specialist field. This time the author's attention has turned to a group of Aromanians - Farsherots - which is also part and whose language, learned in the family, is currently speaking.
The present research, Manuela Nevaci brings current information about Farsherot and their language, after nearly eight decades of the study became a classic of its Th. Capidan, Farsherots. Study on Romanian language in Albania, "Dacoromania", VI, 1929-1930. If Th. Capidan concerned, as shown in the title of his study, only Farsherots in Albania, Manuela Nevaci him in his research include - for the first time - and Farsherots in Greece.
Manuela Nevaci work is based on information gathered mainly from Farsherots established in Romania, providing a rich original material. To this is added after the bibliographic data of published research papers published by Th. Capidan.
The author has conducted field research in villages of Dobrogea (Constanta County: Cogealac Kogalniceanu Palazu Mare, Poiana), which were established between the two world wars, Farsherots come from Balkan countries, and indicate the name under which known: plisóţi (those born in Albania) and şópani (those born in Greece).
Linguistic peculiarities are presented for each of these two groups, Manuela Nevaci contributing to the delimitation of the two units in the dialect dialectal Farsherot. It is a contribution to the author, plus previous knowledge.
Also contributing author to the glossary of terms is considered specific for Farsherot speech, and the chapter on lexical items Balkan held or, conversely, replace Farsherots of Dobrogea with loans from Daco.
Interesting and welcome orders are ethnographic data, the on occupations (grazing), and illustrations.
Manuela Nevaci confirmed by this book, passion, competence and devotion to studying for many years, Aromanian and its dialectal variety.
Prof. dr. Dr. Nicolae Saramandu