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The American Dialect Society
Untriggered Reflexive Pronouns in English
Author(s): Frank Parker, Kathryn Riley and Charles F. Meyer
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Source: American Speech, Vol. 65, No. 1 (Spring, 1990), pp. 50-69
Published by: Duke University Press
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  • Issue Table of Contents
    • American Speech, Vol. 65, No. 1 (Spring, 1990), pp. 1-96
      • Front Matter [pp.1-2]
      • Social and Regional Differences in Grammatical Usage in Canadian English: Ottawa and Vancouver [pp.3-32]
      • Adjectival -Less and -Free: A Case of Shifting Institutional Currency [pp.33-49]
      • Untriggered Reflexive Pronouns in English [pp.50-69]
      • Among the New Words [pp.70-79]
      • Reviews
        • The Grammarian's Lot [pp.80-82]
        • The Administrator Awakens [pp.82-84]
        • Lexicon of College Slang [p.85]
      • Miscellany
        • Australia as the Land of Oz [pp.86-89]
        • More on the Semantics of A-Prefixing [pp.89-93]
        • Canadian Hubba-Hubba [p.93]
        • More on English in Dutch-Speaking Belgium (And Elsewhere) [pp.93-96]
      • Back Matter