The left and right periphery in Dutch

@article{Vries2009TheLA,
  title={The left and right periphery in Dutch},
  author={De Vries},
  journal={The Linguistic Review},
  year={2009},
  volume={26},
  pages={291-327}
}
  • De Vries
  • Published 2009
  • Philosophy
  • The Linguistic Review
This article discusses the information-structural status and the syntax of left and right dislocation constructions in Dutch. Four orthogonal information-structural features are proposed, and their distribution is systematically investigated. Furthermore, it is argued that hanging topic left dislocation, back-grounding right dislocation and afterthoughts are a particular kind of parenthesis. They do not involve movement, and do not show reconstruction effects. Contrastive left dislocation, on… Expand
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