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Sardinian Syntax



Author: Michael Allan Jones

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Format: Mobipocket PRC

Content Language: English

eBook ISBN: 0203993802

Print ISBN: 9780415049221

Size: 1,934 KB

Publication Date: 2007-03-30

Category:
Literary Criticism > General

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Sardinian Syntax
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Until now, very little published work exists on the syntax of Sardinian, and what does exist is of a fairly informal type. In this book, Michael Jones has written a general description of the language which is comprehensive enough to use as a grammar.

There are many phenomena in Sardinian syntax which are directly relevant to current theoretical debates which have been pursued in terms of other Romance languages (particularly within the Government-Binding framework) although generally not known. Sardinian Syntax discusses these phenomena--not documented in existing account--presenting descriptions within a broad, much-simplified version of Government-Binding theory, in order to provide a coherent and explicit framework. Jones also highlights aspects of the language which are particularly interesting from a theoretical point of view. The book is intended primarily as a description of Sardinian, and while it discusses theoretical issues no familiarity with the framework is needed. As such, it will become invaluable to students of syntax and Romance languages.




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