Fontana Press, 1991 - 247 páginas
In this Third Edition of his superb introduction to Chomskyís work, John lyons has added an extensive final chapter which seeks to assess the continuing ramifications of the Chomskyan Revolution in linguistics today. He has also thoroughly updated the bibliographies - both of Chomskyís own prolific output and of the multiplying secondary material - and the biographical note, in order fully to arm any prospective explorers of Chomskyís ouevre with all the relevant resources they may need.
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