LINGUIST List 11.421

Mon Feb 28 2000

Qs: Coherence & Cohesion, Hiatus & Epenthesis

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  1. Mar�a de los �ngeles G�mez, ASPECTS OF COHERENCE, COHESION AND POINT OF VIEW
  2. Marc Picard, Hiatus and epenthesis

Message 1: ASPECTS OF COHERENCE, COHESION AND POINT OF VIEW

Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 14:50:30 +0100
From: Mar�a de los �ngeles G�mez <iadimlyusc.es>
Subject: ASPECTS OF COHERENCE, COHESION AND POINT OF VIEW

I would appreciate some bibliographic information
on the following research field:
TITLES: ASPECTS OF COHERENCE, COHESION AND POINT OF VIEW.
Thank you in advance

Dr Mar�a �ngeles G�mez-Gonz�lez
Department of English Philology
Facultade de Filoloxia
University of Santiago de Compostela
Avda. de Castelao, s/n
E-15704 Compostela. Spain
Fax.: 981-574646
Tel: 981-563100 Ext.: 11856
email: iadimlyusc.es
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Message 2: Hiatus and epenthesis

Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 12:08:56 -0500
From: Marc Picard <picardvax2.concordia.ca>
Subject: Hiatus and epenthesis

I'm looking for languages in which consonant epenthesis of some sort
systematically resolves every potential syntactic hiatus, i.e., V#V
--> V#CV. All I need is an example or two showing which consonant(s)
must be inserted in this environment. I'll post a summary if there's
sufficient interest.

Marc Picard
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