LINGUIST List 14.2119

Sun Aug 10 2003

Qs: Typology of Ellipsis

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  1. Ressy Ai, A typology of ellipsis

Message 1: A typology of ellipsis

Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 17:32:25 +0000
From: Ressy Ai <raifas.harvard.edu>
Subject: A typology of ellipsis

Dear linguists,

I am currently working on my dissertation project concerning ''a
typology of ellipsis''. If you are aware of any literature on a
typology of ellipsis in one language or a comparison of any kinds of
ellipsis across languages, please let me know. I will post a
summary. Many thanks.

Ressy 
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