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Linguistic Inquiry Monographs

These monographs present new and original research beyond the scope of the article. We hope they will benefit our field by bringing to it perspectives that will stimulate further research and insight. Originally published in limited edition, the Linguistic Inquiry Monographs are now more widely available. This change is due to the great interest engendered by the series and by the needs of a growing readership.

Stems and Inflectional Classes
A Theory and Some of Its Empirical Consequences

This monograph presents an important extension of government-binding theory in syntax.

Its Structure and Derivation

An examination of complex words—compounds and those involving derivational and inflectional affixation—from a syntactic standpoint that encompasses both the structure of words and the system of rules for generating that structure.

Original linguistic research in European languages from Linguistic Inquiry.

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