LINGUIST List 10.629

Thu Apr 29 1999

Books: Available for Review: Syntax

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Message 1: Available for Review: Syntax

Date: Thu, 29 Apr 1999 20:51:57 -0400 (EDT)
From: Andrew Carnie <carnielinguistlist.org>
Subject: Available for Review: Syntax

The books listed below are in the LINGUIST office and now
available for review. If you are interested in reviewing
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SYNTAX:

Berk, Lynn (1999) English Syntax: from Word to Discourse. Oxford University
	Press. New York.

Epstein, Groat, Kawashima and Kitihara (1998) A Derivational Approach to 
	Syntactic Relations. Oxford University Press. New York

Uriagereka, Juan (1998) Rhyme and Reason: An introduction to 
	Minimalist Syntax. MIT press, Cambrige MA.

Postal, Paul (1999) Three Investigations of Extraction. MIT press,
	Cambridge MA.

Honcoop, Martin (1998) Dynamic Excursions on Weak Islands. Holland Academic
	Graphics. The Hague.

Dekkers, Joost (1999) Derivations and Evaluations: On the syntax of subjects
	and complementizers. Holland Academic Graphics. The Hague.

Costa, Joao (1998) Word Order Variation: A constraint based approach. 
	Holland Academic Graphics. The Hague.

Genee, Inge (1998) Sentential complementation in a functional grammar of
	Irish.

Edmonson and Burquest (1998) Survey of Linguistic Theories, 3rd edition.
	SIL, Dallas.

Dalrymple, Mary (1999) Semantics and Syntax in Lexical Functional Grammar.
	MIT Press. Cambridge MA.
 
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