Peter H. Fries

Peter H. Fries

is author/editor of the following titles:

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Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition: Papers in honor of Sydney M. Lamb
Edited by David G. Lockwood, Peter H. Fries and James E. Copeland
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 163]  2000.  xxxiv, 656 pp.
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On Subject and Theme: A discourse functional perspective
Edited by Ruqaiya Hasan † and Peter H. Fries
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 118]  1995.  xlvi, 414 pp.
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Toward an Understanding of Language: Charles Carpenter Fries in Perspective
Edited by Peter H. Fries and Nancy M. Fries
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 40]  1985.  xvi, 384 pp.

is author of the following articles:

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Benson, James D., Peter H. Fries, William S. Greaves, Kazuyoshi Iwamoto, E. Sue Savage-Rumbaugh and Jared Taglialatela. 2002. “Confrontation and support in bonobo-human discourse”. Functions of Language 9:1, 1–38
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Fries, Peter H.. 2000. “18. Some Peculiar Adjectives in the English Nominal Group”. In Functional Approaches to Language, Culture and Cognition: Papers in honor of Sydney M. Lamb, 289
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Fries, Peter H.. 1999. “Post nominal modifiers in the English noun phrase”. In The Clause in English: In honour of Rodney Huddleston, 93
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Fries, Peter H.. 1995. “9. Themes, methods of development, and texts”. In On Subject and Theme: A discourse functional perspective, 317
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Hasan, Ruqaiya † and Peter H. Fries. 1995. “Reflections on subject and theme: An introduction”. In On Subject and Theme: A discourse functional perspective, xiii
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Fries, Peter H.. 1985. “C.C. Fries’ view of language and linguistics”. In Toward an Understanding of Language: Charles Carpenter Fries in Perspective, 63
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Fries, Peter H.. 1985. “Lexical Patterns in a Text and Interpretation”. In Scientific and Humanistic Dimensions of Language: Festschrift for Robert Lado, 483
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Pike, Kenneth L. and Peter H. Fries. 1985. “Slot in referential hierarchy in relation to Charles C. Fries’ view of language”. In Toward an Understanding of Language: Charles Carpenter Fries in Perspective, 105