Published October 6, 2015
Reference - 280 Pages
ISBN 9781138839939 - CAT# Y174239
Published September 6, 2006
Reference - 279 Pages
ISBN 9780805834567 - CAT# ER8876
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"Donna Lardiere has given us a beautiful study. Readers will mine gems from it. Every analysis is competently executed and the text is well-written and accessible. It is circumspect in its avoidance of dogma and bluster...I feel confident it'll be widely read and cited."
University of Texas/Austin
"This fascinating case study of a fossilized speaker of English makes a major contribution to our understanding of the linguistic competence of second language speakers. The book explores a number of central issues relating to ultimate attainment; of particular interest is the dissociation between syntax (which is native-like in many respects) and morphology (which is not). This book will be of considerable interest to researchers and students in the fields of linguistics and language acquisition."
'Graduate students contemplating linguistic case studies will find in this volume an exemplary model of rigorous methodology conveyed in crisp arguments and a captivating style.' - TESL-EJ