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Chomsky's Universal Grammar: An Introduction (Paperback)


“Linguist, philosopher and political activist, Noam Chomsky, has spent six decades developing his theory of Universal Grammar, a concept now central to contemporary linguistics. The authors provide a cogent, accessible introduction that situates the still-evolving concept in the broader framework of Chomsky’s work.” Times Higher Education Supplement

“Cook and Newson’s book is a theoretically sound and didactically well-designed overview and analysis. It will be an excellent textbook for any course on the sources and concerns of current syntactic developments, especially because it does not shy away from discussing problematic points and alternative solutions.”

“The book is a masterly introduction to a complex body of work. The new edition has been thoroughly rewritten to bring it up to date with recent developments. For a clear and reliable guide to Chomsky’s linguistics, and its relevance to first and second language acquisition, students need look no further.”

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