Linguistic Theory and Grammatical Description
Flip G. Droste, John Earl Joseph
John Benjamins Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - Grammar, Comparative and general - 353 pages
This volume presents nine of today's grammatical theories with a view to comparing their starting points and their methods. The particular features and properties of each theory are discussed in this book, as well as the major conceptual differences and methodological obstacles each has overcome and has yet to overcome. The parallel structure of the papers makes for easy comparison and cross-reference. This systematic and thorough introduction to the recent history of the discipline provides a state-of-the-art report on current leading tendencies as well as a wealth of directions for future research.
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