Lexiques-Grammaires comparés en français
Actes du colloque international de Montréal (3–5 juin 1992)
In most French linguistic studies, the object is so-called standard French, a rather woolly and reductive designation. The particularities of national languages such as Belgian and Quebec French are often forgotten or treated as outlandish facts. The first Montreal conference <i>Lexiques grammaires comparés</i>, on the contrary, deals with the formal description of different variants of French, from two essential points of view: Linguistic analysis (lexicon and syntax) and computational treatment of data.<br />This volume presents the contributions of the participants in that conference (June 1992): André Goosse, Jean Klein and Béatrice Lamiroy for Belgium; David Clemenceau, Eric Laporte, Gaston Gross, Maurice Gross, Alain Guillet and Max Silberztein for France; Lorne Bouchard, Eric Brunelle, Francine Caviola, Chantal Contant, Jocelyn Desbiens, Gaétane Dostie, Louisette Emirkanian, Jacques Labelle, Pierre Larochelle, Jean-Marcel Léard, Pierre Martel, Sophie Rosset, Sylvie Thiboutot for Quebec.