LINGUIST List 4.561

Wed 21 Jul 1993

All: Available for Discussion: Syntax of Scope

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Aoun, Joseph and Yen-hui Audrey Li (University of Southern California);
Syntax of Scope; pb: 0-262--51068-55; 248 pp.; $18.95; cl:
0-262-01133-6; $37.50. The MIT Press
The authors develop two principles that, they argue, must be part of any
account of the interaction of quantifiers and wh-operators in all
languages. A Linguistic Inquiry Monograph. Phone:(800) 356-0343/(617)
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