New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1987. XII, 340 pp.
Contents: Word-formation in modern English, organized in twenty-one categories within the four taxonomic divisions of shifts,
borrowings, shortenings, and additions - The state of current English word-formation and its implications for lexical theory
and change - Academic level is probably advanced undergraduate and graduate - The book is unique in terms of current English
word-formation and change, while complementing the general works of Hans Marchand and Laurie Bauer.