For nearly half a century Michael Halliday has been enriching the
discipline of linguistics with his keen insight into the social semiotic
phenomenon we call language. Now, for the first time, Halliday's collected
works are available as a ten-volume set. As a self-styled 'generalist'
Michael Halliday has published in many branches of linguistics, both
theoretical and applied, including grammar and semantics, discourse
analysis and stylistics, phonology, sociolinguistics, computational
linguistics, language education and child language development. This
ten-volume set encompasses all of these aspects of Halliday's work.