Date: Thu, 13 Oct 1994 16:30:36 EDT
From: Larry Horn LHORN[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]YALEVM.CIS.YALE.EDU
Subject: The two [if not]s: one more reference
I knew there was something else I was going to add to yesterday's note, but it
I would like to suggest that for "traditional grammar" of the late 19th
/ early 20 century you might like to have a look at _Two grammatical
models of Modern English: the old and the new from A to Z_, published in
1993 in paperback by Routledge (with some fairly useful
took a Linguist posting by the author on a totally different subject to remind
me of the reference. It's Fritz Stuurman's book "Two Grammatical Models of
Modern English: The old and the new from A to Z", Routledge 1993, whose "I"
entry (yes, it really does go from A to Z) is for if-not.