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On the nature of the syntax-phonology interface : cliticization and related phenomena ( North-Holland Linguistic Series : Linguistic Variations
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In favor of a "clitic cluster" in the Bulgarian and Macedonian DP
Cette etude cherche a demontrer deux principaux points. Premierement, il existe un ensemble de clitiques dans les SN bulgares et macedoniens qui consiste en un 'determinant+clitique datif' (selon cetExpand
Against ‘Long Head Movement’: Lexical Insertion and the Bulgarian Auxiliary ‘BE’
The Bulgarian alternation in which a past participle pr cedes a finite auxiliary in (1a) but follows the auxiliary in (1b) occurs in Serbo-Croat, Czech and some non-Slavic languages. It has receivedExpand
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The lexical interface : closed class items in south Slavic and English
This thesis argues for a minimalist theory of dual lexicalization, and claims that the Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian clitic cluster is phonologically lexicalized on the highest head in the extended projection, and revise the mechanism of 'Alternative Realization', whereby formal features associated with (possibly null) XP may be realised on another node. Expand
Experiencing meanings in Spark's 'The prime of Miss Jean Brodie’
This article examines different types of form in Muriel Spark's The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1961) and the implied meanings they promote. The pragmatic approach adopted gives prominence to theExpand
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Generative grammar and stylistics
Semi-lexical heads and clitic climbing
Abstract. A unified analysis of "clitic climbing" from subordinate clauses in Serbian/ Croatian/Bosnian and from DP in Czech is presented. Such clitic placement is demonstrated to co-occur with aExpand