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Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, 62. Paperback volume with lightly worn edges, and leading corners. Front lower corner is slightly creased. Spine ends are slightly bumped. Slight dent on rear upper edge. Very light crease across pages' upper corners in latter half of the volume. Contents are sound and clean, and the text is clear. TH. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 268791
Inhaltsangabe: A-Morphous Morphology presents a new theory of the structure of words, as it relates to a full generative grammar of language. It rejects the notion that complex words are built up by concatenating simple minimal signs or morphemes, and proposes instead that word structure is described by a system of rule-governed relations between one word and another. In his book, eminent linguist Stephen Anderson offers a discussion of the implications of his own original position for issues in language change, language typology and the computational analysis of word structure.
Book Description: Rejecting the notion that complex words are built up by linking simple minimal signs or morphemes, this study proposes instead that word structure should be described by a system of rule-governed relations between one word and another.
Titel: A-Morphous Morphology
Verlag: Cambridge University Press
Art des Buches: Used
Buchbeschreibung Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1992. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. Hardcover (no jacket) in very good condition. Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 62. A few faint marks to the boards and page block. Name of previous owner penned on the front pastedown. Small stamp on the title page. All pages are clean and the text is clear. CM. Used. Artikel-Nr. 464116