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TOC: U. of Connecticut Working Papers in Linguistics v.5

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Date: Thu, 08 Aug 1996 22:24:03 EDT
From: LAURENCOUConnVM.UConn.Edu <LAURENCOUConnVM.UConn.Edu>
Subject: U. of Connecticut Working Papers in Lx v.5

 UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
 WORKING PAPERS IN LINGUISTICS
 Volume 5: Minimal Working Papers
 UConn Syntax in the Minimalist Program

We are happy to announce that *Minimal Working Papers: UConn Syntax in
the Minimalist Program*, edited by Elizabeth Laurencot, Rhang Lee, and
Myung-Kwan Park, is now available through MIT Working Papers in
Linguistics. This volume includes the following papers:

Zeljko Boskovic: Exceptional Case Marking and Greed
Roger Martin: Oh LF Wh-Movement and Wh-Islands
Kazumi Matsuoka: Verb Raising in ASL and its Theoretical Implications for
 the Minimalist Program
Daiko Takahashi: On Antecedent-Contained Deletion
Asako Uchibori: Some Asymmetries in the Reconstruction Effect on Anaphora

All orders for UConnWPL volumes should be placed directly with MITWPL.
For a complete list of all available UConnWPL and OPL volumes and UConn
dissertations, please contact MITWPL at:

20D-219 MIT
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