Very Good with no dust jacket. 0631153020. Trade Paperback. A very good+ copy with a tight binding and about 10 pages with underlining and pencil notes on them. Light cover & edge wear. "This text provides an integrated account of Chomsky's ideas about language, based chiefly on the current version of his theory-the government/binding theory of linguistics. It starts from the fundamental concept of universal grammar as a property of the human mind, consisting of universal principles of language and parameters that vary within limits from one language to another. "; Applied Language Studies; 0.5 x 8.5 x 5.9 Inches; 201 pages.
Very Good-Fine. 8vo vii, 201 pp, acknowledgments, 7 chapters, references, index. Second reprinting of 1989. Light fanding top edge of wrapper panels. A few light penccillings through page 14 with an inked parenthesis in margin of v and 55, and a crease at top corner page 31, thereafter clean. Binding is strong and tight. Wraps.
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