First published in 1989. The development of morphological and phonological theory within the broad framework of generative grammar poses a number of important questions concerning the mutual relationship of phonology and morphology. This study aims to answer these questions. On the basis of Polish and English language material, the author examines the most important aspects of phonology-morphology interaction, and suggests the best model with which to describe these phenomena.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Abbreviations and Symbols; 1. Separation versus Integration: Major Approaches to the Phonology – Morphology Interaction 2. Levels and Cycles: Some Consequences of Lexical and Cyclic Phonology 3. The Cycle Revisited: The Multiple Application of Phonological Rules 4. Phonetic Inputs to WFRs: Morphological Evidence for the Cycle 5. Words: The Morphological Hierarchy versus the Phonological Hierarchy; Final Remarks; Notes; References; Index of Subjects; Index of Rules
Jolanta Szpyra-Kozłowska is Associate Professor of English Linguistics and Chair of the Phonetics and Phonology Unit in the Department of English at Maria Curie-SkÅ'odowska University, Lublin, Poland.