This is the third publication in the Linguistic Inquiry Monograph Series, which presents new and original research beyond the scope of the article format.
Contents: On a Morphologically Governed Vowel Alternation in French Francois C. Dell, CNRS, Paris
Why Subject Sentences Don't Exist Jan Koster, University of Amsterdam
Trace Theory and French Syntax Jean-Yves Pollock, Universite de Paris XII et VII
A Restructuring Rule in Italian Syntax Luigi Rizzi, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa
Result Clauses and Conditions on Rules Alain Rouveret, Universite de Paris VIII
On the Diagnosis of Wh Movement Henk van Riemsdijk, University of Amsterdam
About the Editor
Samuel Jay Keyser is Professor Emeritus in MIT's Department of Linguistics and Philosophy and Special Assistant to the Chancellor. Head of the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy from 1977 to 1998, he also held the positions of Director of the Center for Cognitive Science and Associate Provost. Professor Keyser is Editor-in-Chief of the MIT Press Journal, Linguistic Inquiry.