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Nominalization in Formosan Languages (review)

Nominalization in Formosan Languages (review) proachable. It is densely laid-out with narrow margins and tight leading. To give some idea of its impact, I did a rough word count. In a recent Cambridge University Press book (Cameron and Kulick 2003) there are approximately 460 words per page; GTP has approximately 730 words per page when it is solid text (nearly 160% over Cambridge). In this respect GTP is typical of the Battlebridge series, and I hope that the editors can ²nd some way of getting out future volumes that have a less frantic and cramped appearance. I am sure that the increased readability will allow interesting and important work like Smith's GTP to shine for more readers. Miriam Meyerhoff University of Edinburgh REFERENCES Cameron, Deborah, and Don Kulick. 2003. Language and sexuality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Heine, Bernd, and Tania Kuteva. 2002. World lexicon of grammaticalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Labov, William 1994. Principles of lingustic change: Internal factors. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Lomax, R. W. 1983. Apects of cohesion and discourse structure in Tok Pisin (Melanesian Pidgin). Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Leeds. Myers-Scotton, Carol 1993. Duelling languages: Grammatical structure in code-switching. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Romaine, Suzanne 1992. Language, education and development: http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

Nominalization in Formosan Languages (review)

Oceanic Linguistics , Volume 42 (2) – Dec 30, 2003

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proachable. It is densely laid-out with narrow margins and tight leading. To give some idea of its impact, I did a rough word count. In a recent Cambridge University Press book (Cameron and Kulick 2003) there are approximately 460 words per page; GTP has approximately 730 words per page when it is solid text (nearly 160% over Cambridge). In this respect GTP is typical of the Battlebridge series, and I hope that the editors can ²nd some way of getting out future volumes that have a less frantic and cramped appearance. I am sure that the increased readability will allow interesting and important work like Smith's GTP to shine for more readers. Miriam Meyerhoff University of Edinburgh REFERENCES Cameron, Deborah, and Don Kulick. 2003. Language and sexuality. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Heine, Bernd, and Tania Kuteva. 2002. World lexicon of grammaticalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Labov, William 1994. Principles of lingustic change: Internal factors. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Lomax, R. W. 1983. Apects of cohesion and discourse structure in Tok Pisin (Melanesian Pidgin). Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Leeds. Myers-Scotton, Carol 1993. Duelling languages: Grammatical structure in code-switching. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Romaine, Suzanne 1992. Language, education and development:

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