Re: Kibrik article
|From:||daniel andreasson <daniel.andreasson@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, September 20, 2000, 20:20|
Terrence Donnelly wrote:
> >> > I recommend Aleksandr E. Kibrik's article "Beyond subject
> >> > and object: Toward a comprehensive relational typology", in Linguistic
> >> > Typology 1 (1997), 279-346.
> What is that final letter in the title? The digit 'one' or the lower-case
> "L"? Is it really part of the title? I checked the website you gave, and
> they refer to the journal simply as "Linguistic Typology".
It's the digit 'one'. I meant that it is the first issue of 1997,
> > Try the nearest university library. They must have it. Linguistic
> > Typology is a rather big and well-known journal so it should be
> > easy to find. If they don't have it, yell at the library staff
> > until they promise to get it. That usually works. ;)
> Speaking as a librarian, I prefer politeness. Sure, if you yell at
> me, I'll promise to get you anything, but _how long_ will it
I was being ironic. Hence the ";)". Of course you should ask politely.
And not only to librarians. To the wiener cart guy as well. I'm not
sure about the guys handling student loans, though...
Sorry if I have a strange sense of humour.