LINGUIST List 7.1737

Mon Dec 9 1996

Books: Concise Encyclopedia Of Syntactic Theories

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  1. Lesley Williams, NEW BOOK - CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SYNTACTIC THEORIES

Message 1: NEW BOOK - CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SYNTACTIC THEORIES

Date: Mon, 02 Dec 1996 09:13:30 GMT
From: Lesley Williams <l.williamselsevier.co.uk>
Subject: NEW BOOK - CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SYNTACTIC THEORIES

SYNTAX

CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SYNTACTIC THEORIES
Edited by Keith Brown, University of Cambridge, UK and Jim Miller,
University of Edinburgh, UK.
ISBN: 0-08-042711-1
Hardback

This volume presents a comprehensive picture of the evolution of
syntactic theories. Based on the foundation provided by the
award winning Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, this
volume will be an invaluable reference work, not only for those
studying specific theories, but also for those with a wider
interest in matters of linguistic theory.

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