Saussure on Word-Formation
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Regarding Query: http://linguistlist.org/issues/18/18-522.html
I apologize for taking so long in sending you the summary of my request on
Saussure. I received the following responses:
Andrew Carstairs-McCarthy indicated his chapter 'Basic terminology', in P
Stekauer & R Lieber (eds) _Handbook
of Word-Formation_ (Springer, 2005).
Philip W. Davis told me about the chapter 2 of his Modern Theories of
Language (1973, Prentice-Hall), unfortunately now out of print.
Konrad Szczesniak suggested me the reading of Aronoff���s Fundamentals of
Shishir Bhattacharja kindly sent me his doctoral thesis, ���Word formation in
Bengali���, in which he adopts a neo-Saussurean point of view.
Israel Cohen sent me interesting considerations on the etymology of idioms,
but as this is not my main area of interest, I ask you to contact him
directly (email@example.com), if you wish so.
Bruno O. Maroneze
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
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