Crosslinguistic study of patterns, Subjects, Objects.
This crosslinguistic study of patterns formed by exceptions to general typological rules governing the verb-external valence marking of grammatical terms investigates diverse languages-some familiar, others barely described in the literature at all. The results should be of interest to linguists of all theoretical persuasions as they impinge on our understanding of a core area of grammar.
Vajda, Edward J., "Review of: Non-canonical Marking of Subjects and Objects" (2003). Modern & Classical Languages. 42.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Grammar, Comparative and general--Topic and comment; Grammar, Comparative and general--Syntax