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This book presents and exemplifies the theory of grammar called Semantic Syntax. The grammar, which offers a syntactic theory closely connected with semantic analyses, is a direct continuation of Generative Semantics; it will re-ignite interest in that framework which flourished and promised so much in the 1960s and 1970s.
Keywords Semantics  Grammar, Comparative and general Syntax  Generative grammar
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Call number P325.5.G45.S48 1996
ISBN(s) 0631160051   063116006X   0198750285   9004353526   9780631160052   9004354301
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