LINGUIST List 12.2390

Wed Sep 26 2001

Sum: Reflexive Markers in Ancient/Modern Greek

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  1. Konstantinia Hatzopulu,

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Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2001 10:54:26 +0300
From: Konstantinia Hatzopulu <>

Hello everyone,
some time ago I posted a query about reflexive markers in Ancient and Modern 
Greek. I would like to thank everyone that showed interest and rushed to 
help me with bibliographical references: Remy Viredaz, Ann Lindvall, 
Stavroula Stavrakaki, Alexis Dimitriadis and Spyridoula Varlokosta. the 
bibliography I have gathered here:

Anagnostopoulou, E. & Everaert, M. (1996): "How exceptional are Nominative 
Anaphors? A case study of Greek", in L. Nash, G. Tsoulas & A. Zribi-Hertz 
(eds.) Actes du Deuxcieme Colloque Langues & Grammaire 1995, pp. 19-32.

Anagnostopoulou, E. & Everaert, M. (1999): "Toward a more complete typology 
of Anaphoric Expressions", Linguistic Inquiry, 30:1, pp.97-118.

Anagnostopoulou, E. (1998): "On experiencers", in A. Alexiadou, G. Horrocks 
& M. Stavrou (eds.) Studies in Greek Syntax, Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer 
Academic Publishers.

Iatridou, S. (1988): "Clitics, Anaphors, and a Problem of Coindexation", 
Linguistic Inquiry, 19, pp. 698-703.

Petit, D. (1999): *Swe- en grec ancien: la familie du pronom refleche. 
Linguistique grecque et comparaison indo-europeene, Louvain Publisher 

Zevgoli, S. (1998):"An account of the distributional peculiarities of the 
Modern Greek reflexive o eaftos mu", 12th International Symposium on 
Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Thessaloniki 2-4 April 1998, Aristotle 
University of Thessaloniki, School of English, Department of Theoretical and 
Applied Linguistics.
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