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TitlesOrder
Prosodic Systems and Intonation in English by David Crystal1
The Grammar of Case by John M. Anderson4
Linguistic Evolution: With Special Reference to English by M. L. Samuels5
Inflectional Morphology by P. H. Matthews6
Phonological Rules and Dialect Variation by Gillian Brown7
The Generative Interpretation of Dialect: A Study of Modern Greek Phonology by Brian Newton8
The Dyirbal Language of North Queensland by R. M. W. Dixon9
Transformational Grammar as a Theory of Language Acquisition by Bruce L. Derwing10
Early Syntactic Development: A Cross-Linguistic Study with Special Reference to Finnish by Melissa Bowerman11
Accent and Rhythm by W. Sidney Allen12
The Social Differentiation of English in Norwich by Peter Trudgill13
Old English phonology by Roger Lass14
Presupposition and the delimitation of semantics by Ruth M. Kempson15
The Linguistic Theory of Numerals by James R. Hurford16
English Phonology and Phonological Theory: Synchronic and Diachronic Studies by Roger Lass17
The Syntax of Welsh by G. M. Awbery18
A Grammar of Yidiɲ by R. M. W. Dixon19
Foundations of Linguistics by Dieter Wunderlich22
Principles of Diachronic Syntax by Lightfoot23
A Functional Approach to Child Language by Annette Karmiloff-Smith24
On Explaining Language Change by Roger Lass27
Referential-Semantic Analysis: Aspects of a Theory of Linguistic Reference by Torben Thrane28
Ngiyambaa: The Language of the Wangaaybuwan by Tamsin Donaldson29
Quantity in historical phonology : Icelandic and related cases by Kristján Árnason30
The Phonetic Description of Voice Quality by John Laver31
A Grammar of Diyari, South Australia by Peter Austin32
Georgian Syntax: A Study in Relational Grammar by Alice C. Harris33
Explanations in the Study of Child Language Development by Martin Atkinson35
The Future in Thought and Language: Diachronic Evidence from Romance by Suzanne Fleischman36
Variation in an English Dialect: A Sociolinguistic Study by Jenny Cheshire37
Functional Syntax and Universal Grammar by William A. Foley38
Syntactic Theory in the High Middle Ages by Michael A. Covington39
Semantics and Syntax by J. Miller41
Mass Terms and Model-Theoretic Semantics by Harry C. Bunt42
Metrical Phonology and Phonological Structure by Heinz J. Giegerich43
Natural Syntax by John Haiman44
Variation in Australian English by Barbara M. Horvath45
Principles of Dependency Phonology by John Mathieson Anderson47
Predication theory : a case study for indexing theory by Donna Jo Napoli50
From Etymology to Pragmatics by Eve Sweetser54
On Definiteness by Andrew Chesterman56
The Syntax of Noun Phrases by Alessandra Giorgi57
Conditions on Phonological Government by Monik Charette58
Grammatical Voice by M. H. Klaiman59
Universal Grammar and Language Learnability by Anjum P. Saleemi61
A-Morphous Morphology by Stephen R. Anderson62
Switch-Reference and Discourse Representation by Lesley Stirling63
A Theory of Aspectuality by Henk J. Verkuyl64
Lexicon in Acquisition by Eve V. Clark65
Grammatical Theory in the United States from Bloomfield to Chomsky by P. H. Matthews67
Ergativity by R. M. W. Dixon69
The Syntax and Pragmatics of Anaphora by Yan Huang70
Information Structure and Sentence Form by Knud Lambrecht71
Principles of English Stress by Luigi Burzio72
A Performance Theory of Order and Constituency by John A. Hawkins73
Historical Syntax in Cross-Linguistic Perspective by Alice C. Harris74
The Syntax of Negation by Liliane Haegeman75
Syntax and Parsing by Paul Gorrell76
Italian Syntax and Universal Grammar by Guglielmo Cinque77
Restrictiveness in Case Theory by Henry Smith78
Intonational Phonology (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by D. Robert Ladd79
The Raising of Predicates by Andrea Moro80
Historical Linguistics and Language Change by Roger Lass81
A Notional Theory of Syntactic Categories by John M. Anderson82
Possession by Bernd Heine83
The Dynamics of Focus Structure by Nomi Erteschik-Shir84
Phonological Representations: Their Names, Forms and Powers by John Coleman85
Slavic Prosody by Christina Y. Bethin86
Conditionals and Prediction: Time, Knowledge and Causation in Conditional Constructions (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Barbara Dancygier87
Creole Genesis and the Acquisition of Grammar: The Case of Haitian Creole (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Claire Lefebvre88
Lexical Strata in English: Morphological Causes, Phonological Effects (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Heinz J. Giegerich89
Morpheme Order and Semantic Scope by Keren Rice90
Lexical Phonology and the History of English (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by April McMahon91
Tone Sandhi: Patterns Across Chinese Dialects by Matthew Y. Chen92
Inflectional Morphology: A Theory of Paradigm Structure by Gregory T. Stump93
Phonology and Language Use by Joan Bybee94
Morphological Productivity (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Laurie Bauer95
The Syntax of Adjuncts by Thomas Ernst96
Regularity in Semantic Change by Elizabeth Closs Traugott97
Relevance and Linguistic Meaning by Diane Blakemore99
Syntactic Change by Ian Roberts100
Lexical Categories: Verbs, Nouns and Adjectives by Mark C. Baker102
Morphology and Lexical Semantics (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Rochelle Lieber104
Reduplication by Sharon Inkelas106
Fluent Aphasia (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Susan Edwards107
Mental Spaces in Grammar by Barbara Dancygier108
The Syntax-Morphology Interface by Matthew Baerman109
Linguistics and the Formal Sciences by Marcus Tomalin110
Derivations in Minimalism (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Samuel David Epstein111
Markedness by Paul de Lacy112
Subjects and Universal Grammar by Yehuda N. Falk113
Syntactic Relations by P. H. Matthews114
The Syntax of Agreement and Concord (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Mark C. Baker115
Verb Meaning and the Lexicon by Gillian Catriona Ramchand116
Functional Categories (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Pieter Muysken117
Syntactic Anchors: On Semantic Structuring (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Juan Uriagereka118
The Contrastive Hierarchy in Phonology (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by B. Elan Dresher121
Coordination in syntax by Niina Ning Zhang123
Vowel Patterns in Language (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Rachel Walker130
Symmetry Breaking in Syntax by Hubert Haider136
Morphological Typology : from word to paradigm by Gregory [Ed] Stump138
The Universal Structure of Categories: Towards a Formal Typology by Martina Wiltschko142
Case : its principles and its parameters by Mark Baker146
Inflectional Paradigms: Content and Form at the Syntax-Morphology Interface by Gregory [Ed] Stump149
Form and meaning in word formation : a study of Afrikaans reduplication by Rudolf P. BothaSupplemental
The Lexical Field of Taste by A. E. BackhouseSupplemental
Modern Irish by Mícheál Ó SiadhailSupplemental
The synchrony and diachrony of the Balkan infinitive : a study in areal, general, and historical linguistics by Brian D. JosephSupplemental
Theory and Description in Generative Syntax by Liliane M. V. HaegemanSupplemental
Young People's Dyirbal: An Example of Language Death from Australia (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) by Annette SchmidtSupplemental

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Recommendations

  1. Language Universals and Linguistic Typology: Syntax and Morphology by Bernard Comrie (1981)
  2. Historical Linguistics: An Introduction by Lyle Campbell (1998)
  3. Mood and Modality by F. R. Palmer (1986)
  4. The Phonology of Tone and Intonation (Research Surveys in Linguistics) by Carlos Gussenhoven (2004)
  5. Morphological Theory: An Introduction to Word Structure in Generative Grammar by Andrew Spencer (1991)
  6. The Paradigmatic Structure of Person Marking (Oxford Studies in Typology and Linguistic Theory) by Michael Cysouw (2009)
  7. Language by Leonard Bloomfield (1935)
  8. The Languages of Native North America by Marianne Mithun (1999)
  9. Lectures on Contemporary Syntactic Theories by Peter Sells (1985)
  10. Language Typology and Syntactic Description: Volume I, Clause Structure by Timothy Shopen (1985)
  11. The Prosody of Greek Speech by A. M. Devine (1994)
  12. Describing Morphosyntax: A Guide for Field Linguists by Thomas E. Payne (1997)
  13. An Introduction to Historical Linguistics by Terry Crowley (1987)
  14. Cognitive Exploration of Language and Linguistics (Cognitive Linguistics in Practice) by René Dirven (1998)
  15. Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time by Johanna Nichols (1992)

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