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It is also part of the reason why the book is so thick. But in my graduate syntax classes many of the papers we read were based assuming a GB framework, so this book proved invaluable for getting up to speed and as a general reference. And I am enjoying it. In fact, it is true. This new edition has been extensively updated throughout.
Martin rated it liked it Sep 15, It gives details of its specific points and trys to justify them through Language. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Learn more about Amazon Prime. The following chapters introduce non-overt categories and the specific principles governing their distribution.
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Not apt for a quick rush-before-your-linguistics-exam! It presents the theory The Government and Binding [GB] Theory and presents arguments in favor of its formulation in this way.
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