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The preverbal position in Breton and relational visibility

@inproceedings{Schapansky1992ThePP,
  title={The preverbal position in Breton and relational visibility},
  author={Nathalie Schapansky},
  year={1992}
}
The purpose of this thesis is to give a unified account of the preverbal position in Breton, a Celtic language closely related to Welsh. In recent years, Breton preverbal position has been analysed as a topic position to which a nominal is moved from its underlying postverbal position. However, this type of analysis remains problematical. Using Relational Grammar developed by Perlmutter and Postal in the late 1970s, and, in particular, the Relational Theory of Case, proposed by Gerdts (1991), I… Expand

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