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Author:    Butt, Miriam J.

Title:   Theoretical Perspectives on Word Order in South Asian Languages (Center for the Study of Language and Information - Lecture Notes)

Binding:   Paper Back

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    Center for the Study of Language and Inf June 1994

ISBN Number:    1881526496 / 9781881526490

Seller ID:   20110112183441

This volume presents a collection of papers on word order variation in the languages of South Asia. These languages are interesting precisely because they exhibit such great flexibility in their word orders while not being completely non-configurational; and data from these languages have been the source of much recent research and controversy in this domain. The papers in this volume bring together both theoretical and empirical perspectives on word order variability within a wide variety of South Asian languages. They contribute particularly to a fuller description and understanding of the phenomena. They examine the extent to which linear precedence relations (word order) are determined/constrained by lexical, discourse, or purely syntactic levels of organization; and to what extent they represent an independent system of organisation with its own language-particular constraints and relations.

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