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Query:   Sum: grammars
Author:  Elke Hentschel
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics
Syntax

Summary:   DEAR COLLEAGUES,

THANKS A LOT TO EVERYONE WHO TRIED TO HELP ME WITH MY QUERY! I WAS
SUPRISED BY THE AMOUNT OF ANSWERS I RECEIVED.

MANY POINTED OUT THAT LUCIEN DE TESNIERE SHOULD BE MENTIONED: YOU
MIGHT BE GLAD TO HEAR THAT HE WILL NOT ONLY BE MENTIONED, BUT THERE
WILL BE AA WHOLE CHAPTER ON HIM IN THE HANDBOOK.

BEST REGARDS,

ELKE HENTSCHEL

*****

AND HERE IS WHAT I GOT:

ALLERTON, D.J. (1982): VALENCY AND THE ENGLISH VERB. LONDON.

APRESJAN, JURIJ DERENIKOVICH (2/1995): LEKSICHESKAJA SEMANTIKA.
IZBRANNYJE TRUDY. 1. SHKOLA

LL Issue: 9.214
Date Posted: 12-Feb-1998
Original Query: Read original query