Morphologically Derived Adjectives in Spanish

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This is the first book that presents a complete empirical description and theoretical analysis of all major classes of derived adjectives in Spanish, both deverbal and denominal. The reader will find here both a detailed empirical description of the syntactic, morphological and semantic properties of derived adjectives in contemporary Spanish and a cohesive Neo-Constructionist analysis of the syntactic and semantic tools that contemporary Spanish has available to build adjectives from other grammatical categories within a Nanosyntactic-oriented framework. In doing so, this book sheds light on the nature of adjectives as a grammatical category and argues that adjectives are syntactically built by recycling functional heads belonging to other categories. The book will be useful both to researchers in Spanish linguistics or theoretical morphology and to advanced students of Spanish interested in the main ways of building new adjectives through suffixation in this language.
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics, 30]  Expected November 2020.  xi, 374 pp. + index
Publishing status: In production
Table of Contents
This is a provisional table of contents, and subject to changes.
Abbreviations
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. The problem with (complex) adjectives
Chapter 3. Denominal relational adjectives
Chapter 4. Qualifying denominal adjectives I: Possessive and similitudinal adjectives
Chapter 5. Qualifying denominal adjectives II: Causative and dispositional denominal adjectives
Chapter 6. Deverbal adjectives: Pseudo-relational adjectives
Chapter 7. Qualifying deverbal adjectives I: Modal adjectives
Chapter 8. Qualifying deverbal adjectives II: Dispositional and habitual adjectives
Chapter 9. On the episodic reading of participles
Chapter 10. Conclusions and further research paths
References
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