This six-volume collection draws together the most significant contributions to morphological theory and analysis which all serious students of morphology should be aware of. By comparing the stances taken by the different schools about the important issues, the reader will be able to judge the merits of each, with the benefit of evidence rather than prejudice.
Volume I: Word Structure: A Variety of Views
Volume II: Morphology: Phenomena and Processes
Volume III: Morphology and Phonology
Volume IV: Morphology and Syntax
Volume V: Morphology: Its Relation to Semantics and the Lexicon
Volume VI: Morphology: Its Place in the Wider Context
Routledge Critical Concepts in Linguistics series provides authoritative reprints of the discipline's best and most influential scholarship. This series looks at language from the point of view of the user, at the choices made and the constraints encountered when we use language. Edited by experts in the field, each set puts the development of fundamental concepts and themes into their historical context, as well as providing students and researchers with a snapshot of contemporary debates and current thinking.