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Fri Oct 12 15:56:25 EDT 2007
On Oct 12, 2007, at 10:59 AM, Ian Scott wrote:
> Can you (or anyone else) recommend some good books to start with on
> recent lexical semantics?
In stating that most of the references in Bock's article were
published over twenty years ago, it would be instructive to add that
most of the theory in those books is now four or more decades old.
The authors of those works were drawing on ideas that were current
around the middle of the last century.
These are just a few titles snatched from bibliographies I had on
hand, Fillmore, Blackmore, Sperber-Wilson and Gutt appear to be
Blakemore, Diane. 1992. Understanding Utterances. Oxford, U.K.;
Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell.
de Blois, R. -- anything you can find by R. de Blois. His monograph
is a little bit hard to obtain but he used to have some articles on
his web site.
Fillmore, Ch.J. and B.T. Atkins. 1992. “Toward a Frame-Based Lexicon:
The Semantics of RISK and its Neighbors” in Frames, Fields, and
Contrasts - New Essays in Semantic and Lexical Organization (eds.
E.F. Kittay, and A.Lehrer). Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Gutt, Ernst-August. 2000. Translation and relevance:
Manchester, U.K.: St. Jerome Publishing.
Kittay, E.F. and A. Lehrer (eds.). 1992. Frames, Fields, and
Contrasts - New Essays in Semantic and Lexical Organization.
Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
Sperber, Dan, and Deirdre Wilson. 2001. Relevance: Communication and
cognition. 2d edition. Oxford; Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell.
Ungerer, F. and H.-J. Schmid. 1996. An Introduction to Cognitive
Linguistics. London and New York: Longman.
Wegner, I. 1985. Frame-Theorie in der Lexikographie (Lexicographica
Series Maior 10). Tübingen: Niemeyer
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