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Journal Title: English Language and Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   9 / 1
Date: May 2005
Table of Contents: PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED
by YukakoSunaoshi
pp 193-194

Special issue on Aspects of OV and VO order in the history of English
by AnnTaylor, Wimvan der Wurff
pp 1-4

Arguments against a universal base: evidence from Old English
by SusanPintzuk
pp 115-138

Carola Trips, From OV to VO in Early Middle English. Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today 60. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2002. Pp. 356. Hardback €120, ISBN 90 272 2781 0 (Eur.); hardback $144, 1588113116 (US).
reviewed by RobertAllenCloutier
pp 181-191

OV–VO in English and the role of case marking in word order
by ThomasMcFadden
pp 63-82

Object–verb order in early sixteenth-century English prose: an exploratory study
by MikeMoerenhout
pp 83-114

Changing EPP parameters in the history of English: accounting for variation and change
by MaryTheresaBiberauer, IanGarethRoberts
pp 5-46

Transitional syntax: postverbal pronouns and particles in Old English
by WillemKoopman
pp 47-62

Prosodic evidence for incipient VO order in Old English
by AnnTaylor
pp 139-156

A comparative approach to syntactic change in the history of English
by C.Jan-WouterZwart
pp 157-179

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Syntax
 
LL Issue: 16.1489