' Her book deserves a reading by anyone interested in questions of phrase structure. ' Language, 69 ' Speas' book is a unique and comprehensive presentation of how syntactic structure is projected from lexical items, and how the syntactic diversity of the world's languages might consequently be seen from a unified perspective. Highly readable in its overview of the theoretical backgroud, and in its account of new developments and their consequences, this is a valuable and stimulating textbook for any course in syntactic structure and typological variation. ' Kenneth L. Hale, MIT, Cambridge, USASpeas, Margaret J. is the author of 'Phrase Structure in Natural Language' with ISBN 9780792307556 and ISBN 0792307550.
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