The Structure of German (Oxford Linguistics) Hardcover – 7 Jul 2005
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Review from previous edition 'Beautifully produced and written, and laudably clear in what it sets out to do ... Both erudite and stimulating.' German Teaching
'A book which fills a basic need of German programs in English-speaking institutions: an introduction to the linguistic investigation of contemporary German ... It should prove to be a valuable textbook to accompany semester-long courses, and individual chapters could also be used to introduce more specialized topics in the analysis of modern German.' Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik
'A valuable addition to the body of works on contemporary German' Zeitschrift fur Germanistische Linguistik
About the Author
Anthony Fox studied modern languages and phonetics at the University of Edinburgh, where he obtained his doctorate with a thesis on the intonation of German and English. He taught linguistics at the University of Leeds for over thirty years and was Head of the Department of Linguistics and Phonetics for fourteen years until his semi-retirement in 2003. He is the author of German Intonation. An Outline (1984), The Structure of German (1990), Linguistic Reconstruction: An Introduction to Theory and Method (1995), and Prosodic Features and Prosodic Structure (2000), all published by OUP.