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Structure, Meaning, and Acquisition in Spanish
Papers from the 4th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
Structure, Meaning, and Acquisition in Spanish is a selected proceedings of the 4th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, which was held at Indiana University in Bloomington on November 17-19, 2000. The 20 papers chosen for the volume are organized into four sections: (1) historical linguistics, (2) language acquisition and language use, (3) syntax and semantics, and (4) morphology and phonology. The complete table of contents can be found on our web site at http://www.cascadilla.com/hls4.html along with easy on-line ordering.