LINGUIST List 9.1482

Fri Oct 23 1998

Qs: Linguistics & Poetry, Russian Anaphora

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  1. Jen-i Li, Relation between linguistics and poetry
  2. Seth A. Minkoff, Reference sought on binding of Russian anaphora

Message 1: Relation between linguistics and poetry

Date: Wed, 21 Oct 1998 12:14:32 +0800
From: Jen-i Li <lijenicc.ncu.edu.tw>
Subject: Relation between linguistics and poetry

My colleagues and I are interested in analyzing literary works (esp.
poetry) with linguistic methods. However, we don't have any
experience and do not know much about the literature. If you have any
suggestions or know any papers related to this topic, please e-mail
us. Thank you.


Jen-i Li
Dept. of English
National Central University
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Message 2: Reference sought on binding of Russian anaphora

Date: Tue, 20 Oct 1998 09:45:27 -0500
From: Seth A. Minkoff <minkoffNMSU.Edu>
Subject: Reference sought on binding of Russian anaphora

Dear Linguist subscribers:

I am trying to track down the work in which the observation was first
made that Russian object anaphors cannot be bound in tensed
complements. I would be grateful for any helpful references. Thank
you.

Sincerely,

Seth A. Minkoff
minkoffnmsu.edu
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