LINGUIST List 15.1209

Tue Apr 13 2004

Qs: Historical References: Slavic Clitics

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  1. Patrick McConvell, Clitic history - South Slavis imperatives

Message 1: Clitic history - South Slavis imperatives

Date: Mon, 12 Apr 2004 19:13:26 -0400 (EDT)
From: Patrick McConvell <patrick.mcconvellaiatsis.gov.au>
Subject: Clitic history - South Slavis imperatives

I am writing a paper comparing clitic placement influenced by mood
in some Australian Aboriginal languages and some European languages.
I am particularly interested in Bulgarian and Macedonian, with enclisis 
to the verb in the latter. I think I have sufficient information
on the current situation but I cannot find historical detail to compare 
the writing on this topic in Medieval Romance & Greek. I would be glad to 
receive any references to this. 
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