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Analyzing meaning: An introduction to semantics and pragmatics Paul Kroeger.
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Though primarily intended for undergraduate and beginning graduate students with some background in linguistics, the book will also serve well as a reference work for researchers in lexical semantics. In writing an introductory textbook, a writer has to be selective in the treatment of topics.
C is no exception. Although the book encompasses lexical semantics, grammatical semantics, and pragmatics, C clearly focuses on lexical semantics. The book is divided into four parts.
Part 1 Chs.
Some notions from the field of logic are treated in Ch. Modes of meaning combination and the validity of the principle of compositionality are discussed in Ch.
Part 2, which comprises nine chapters Chs. There is a detailed and insightful analysis of lexical relations.