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ERIC Number: ED043889
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 312
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Studies Presented to Robert B. Lees by His Students. Papers in Linguistics.
Sadock, Jerrold M.; Vanek, Anthony L.
This volume, dedicated to Professor Robert B. Lees on the occasion of his departure from the University of Illinois, contains 15 papers on a variety of linguistic topics: C. L. Baker, "Problems of Polarity in Counterfactuals"; Lawrence F. Bouton, "Do So: Do+Adverb"; Chin-chuan Cheng, "Domains of Phonological Rule Application"; Joseph F. Foster, "Rule Ordering and Apparent Irregularities in the Turkish Aorist Verb"; Mary Gallagher, "Does Meaning Grow on Trees"; Michael J. Kenstowicz, "Lithuanian Third Person Future"; Charles W. Kisseberth, "Vowel Elision in Tonkawa and Derivational Constraints"; Ronald W. Langacker, "English Question Intonation"; Seiichi Makino, "Two Proposals about Japanese Polite Expressions"; Frederick J. Newmeyer, "The 'Root Modal': Can It Be Transitive?"; Bohdan Saciuk, "Some Basic Rules of Portuguese Phonology"; Jerrold M. Sadock, "Whimperatives"; Mario Saltarelli, "Focus on Focus: Propositional Generative Grammar"; Anthony L. Vanek, "Grammatical Formatives: Some Basic Notions"; Bruce E. Willis, "Stress Assignment in Spanish." The volume begins with a brief dedicatory statement discussing Lees' contribution to the linguistics program at the University of Illinois. A bibliography of Lees' publications is also included. (FWB)
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