Bloomsbury Academic has just published a research monograph authored by Evelyn Gandón Chapela

 

Evelyn Gandón Chapela, a member of the LVTC team, has just published the following important research monograph on ellipsis:

On Invisible Language in Modern English: A Corpus-based Approach to Ellipsis. London, Oxford, New York, New Delhi & Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. ISBN:  9781350064515. Pages: 289

This book, originating in the author’s PhD thesis, supervised by Javier Pérez Guerra,  investigates the syntactic phenomenon of ellipsis and the linguistic forces that trigger it. It presents the results of a corpus-based study which takes into account grammatical, semantic/discursive, usage-related and processing variables.

Table of contents and additional information available at:

https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/on-invisible-language-in-modern-english-9781350064539/

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