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Essays on Grammatical Theory and Universal Grammar


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This is a collection of original contributions to grammatical theory by a number of leading linguists: John Anderson, Jim Miller, John Lyons, Steve Pulman, Andrew Radford, Bernard Comrie, R. M. W. Dixon, Greville Corbett, and John Hawkins. Topics covered include: the semantic basis for syntactic relations, the relationship between ontology and language, detailed studies of particular constructions in one language, reference tracking systems, grammatical relations, gender systems, and the explanation of Language Universals.
Release date NZ
March 21st, 1991
Edited by Claire Grover Edited by Doug Arnold Edited by Jacques Durand Edited by Louisa Sadler Edited by Martin Atkinson
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
line figures, tables
Clarendon Press
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