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Reference to Abstract Objects in Discourse presents a novel framework and analysis of the ways we refer to abstract objects in natural language discourse. The book begins with a typology of abstract objects and related entities like eventualities. After an introduction to bottom up, compositional discourse representation theory (DRT) and to previous work on abstract object ...more
Hardcover, 455 pages
Published April 30th 1993 by Springer
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