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Looking for Willem Hollman and/or Brian Murphy



Date Submitted: 03-Jun-2004
From: Jean-Charles Khalifa
Subject: Looking for Willem Hollman and/or Brian Murphy
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Institution/Organization: University of Poitiers, France

Notice: Following Brian Murphy's recent posting (15.1497) on LINGUIST, I was particularly interested in the following reference :
Willem Hollman (University of Manchester) wrote his 2003 PhD on a universal account of periphrastic causatives (eg ''He was made do it''), including their passivisation.

Try as I might, I wasn't able either to locate Willem Hollman (could there be a spelling mistake in the name?) or even to contact Brian Murphy: for some reason, e-mails to his address keep bouncing. Could either of them please contact me or anyone tell me how to get in touch?

Thanks in advance,

Jean-Charles Khalifa