Theoretical Analyses on Romance Languages

Selected papers from the 26th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL XXVI), Mexico City, 28–30 March, 1996

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José Lema | Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana - I, Mexico City
Esthela Treviño | Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana - I, Mexico City
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From the papers presented at the 26th LSRL, this volume offers a selection of a contributions on phonological issues and on syntax. Most of the grammatical phenomena discussed are treated within the frameworks of the Minimalist Program, Distributed Morphology, or Optimality Theory. It was apparent from the diversity of the papers delivered, that these approaches are exposing novel phenomena, which enrich and widen our knowledge and understanding of language. The analyses undertaken in these articles range over a variety of (dialects of) Romance languages.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 157]  1998.  viii, 380 pp.
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