LINGUIST List 5.728

Wed 22 Jun 1994

Books: HIL, U. of Melbourne Working Papers

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All dissertations and conference proceedings of the Holland Institute of
Generative Linguistics (HIL), as well the proceedings of the Annual
Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe are now
distributed by Holland Academic Graphics, The Hague.
P.O. Box 43540
2504 AM The Hague
The Netherlands
fax +3170 3231686
A file with more information on available titles and how to order is
available on listserv.
[Moderators' note: after considerable discussion among ourselves, we've
decided to revise our policy of not posting contents of working papers.
The policy was established in self-defense because there are so many
issues of working papers published yearly that we were afraid we couldn't
deal with them. But working papers do often contain articles on specialized
subjects and/or articles not available anywhere else. So we'll now
post working paper contents if the announcement is reduced to book
announcement length, i.e. 15 lines, like the announcement below.]
University of Melbourne WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS. Vol. 13, 1993. Available
 for US$10 + $5 p+p from Dept of Linguistics, Univ of Melbourne, Parkville
 3052, Melbourne, Australia (email:
J. BOWDEN: On the argument structure of Acehnese causatives
A BROTCHIE: Interaction of definiteness with word order & verb agreemt in Bugis
A. HARRES: Aspects of medical discourse: a case study of a general practitioner
H. KLOMP: The structure of discourse and preferred argument structure
H. KREUZ: Hesitation phenomena and modifying devices as regional markers in
the speech of east Germans
T. MAY: Aspects of repetition
I. MUSHIN: The function of direct speech in retelling
R. NORDLINGER: The case of the 3rd person object in the Wambaya auxiliary
C. THOMAS: The Khmer verb joo? 'take': syntax of serial verb constructions
R. TSOKALIDOU: Cracking the code of women and (gentle)men
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