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Review of  Toward a Cognitive Semantics


Reviewer: Laura Wagner
Book Title: Toward a Cognitive Semantics
Book Author: Leonard Talmy
Publisher: MIT Press
Linguistic Field(s): Semantics
Cognitive Science
Issue Number: 14.2954

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Laura Wagner is currently at Wellesley College. Her research
centers on the acquisition of tense and aspect and the
non-linguistic representation of event concepts in development.


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