Studies in Generative Linguistic Analysis

Publishing status: Discontinued
This series offers studies in linguistics that further our understanding of the language faculty of the mind. They are selected on the basis of theoretical interest and on how forcefully the evidence presented supports the analysis. Preference is given to original intensive research within the framework of the thesis that grammar is a generative system with its own structures and properties and that syntax can be essentially defined without reference to interpretation. The selection of titles for this series is made with a view toward including the widest range of languages.
Michael Rochemont
1986. ix, 221 pp.
Antonio Carlos Quicoli
1982. xii, 172 pp.
Thomas Wasow
1979. x, 181 pp.
S.-Y. Kuroda
1979. ix, 256 pp.