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Subject:Masters thesis on passives From:Karen Schriver <ks0e+ -at- ANDREW -dot- CMU -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 1 Feb 1998 12:39:26 -0500
Margaret FalerSweany mentioned a masters thesis on passive voice. I
would really like to get a copy of this. Her ideas about passives and
their use in maintaining old/new patterns sounds very interesting.
Margaret, can you post how to get a copy?