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Tue 28 Dec 1993

Books: Ling. Theory, Syntax

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LINGUISTIC THEORY

Gelderen, Elly van THE RISE OF FUNCTIONAL CATEGORIES
 John Benjamins 1993 x, 224 pp. Linguistic Theory
 Cloth US:1 55619 227 4/EUR:90 272 2729 2 US$55.00/Hfl. 100,--
In recent years, within the GB/Minimalist framework and in Universal
Grammar, word order has become viewed as determined by functional as
well as lexical categories. This work argues that language learners must
decide whether to incorporate categories into their grammar and that the
availability of categories varies from language to language.



SYNTAX

BELLETTI, Adriana (ed) SYTACTIC THEORY AND THE DIALECTS OF ITALY
 1993 ix, 353 pgs. ISBN 88-7011-509-7 58.000 It. Liras
 Rosenberg & Sellier, Torino (Italy)
In recent years, the theoretical approach to the study of language variation
in terms of the so called "principles and parameters" framework has given
rise to a significant new interest in dialectology. This volume contains a
collection of articles on the syntax and phonosyntax of dialects spoken within
the Italian territory. Includes articles by scholars such as A.Calabrese; A.
Cardinaletti;P.Cordin; N.La Fauci, M. Loporcaro; C. Poletto; L.Rizzi, L.
Savoia; I.Roberts. Orders must be sent to: Rosenberg & Sellier, Via Andrea
Doria 14, 10123 Torino, Italy. Payment through credit card accepted.
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