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A study of empty referential pronominal subjects in old english

@inproceedings{Rusten2010ASO,
  title={A study of empty referential pronominal subjects in old english},
  author={Kristian A. Rusten},
  year={2010}
}
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  • G. Walkden
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  • Language Variation and Change
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Abstract The possibility of referential null subjects in Old English has been the subject of conflicting assertions. Hulk and van Kemenade (1995:245) stated that “the phenomenon of referentialExpand
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