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Query:   Compositional Semantics - 'So,' 'So ADJ That'
Author:  Katy McKinney-Bock
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Semantics

Summary:   THIS POST IS A SUMMARY OF RESPONSES FOR QUERY 19.1242, REGARDING THE RECENT
LITERATURE OF COMPOSITIONAL SEMANTICS OF 'SO' OR 'SO ADJ THAT' ON APRIL 10.

I WOULD LIKE TO THANK (IN ORDER OF RESPONSE) ORA MATUSHANSKY AND ELENA
CASTROVIEJO MIRÓ FOR THEIR RESPONSES TO MY POST. THE FOLLOWING REFERENCES
WERE SUGGESTED:

CASTROVIEJO, E. 2006. A DEGREE-BASED ACCOUNT OF WH-EXCLAMATIVES. IN
PUIG-WALDMÜLLER, E. (ED.) PROCEEDINGS OF THE 11TH SINN UND BEDEUTUNG,
SEPTEMBER 23 2006, UNIVERSITAT POMPEU FABRA.
(HER FULL DISSERTATION CAN BE FOUND ON THE SEMANTICS ARCHIVE,
HTTP://SEMANTICSARCHIVE.NET/ARCHIVE/MU5NDRMM/WH-EXCLAMATIVES-IN-CATALAN.PDF)

MEIER, C. 2001. MULTIHEAD COMPARATIVES AND RESULT CLAUSE CONSTRUCTIONS WITH
SPLIT ANTECEDENTS. IN C. FAND W. STERNEFELD, EDS., AUDIATUR VOX SAPIENTIA.
A FESTSCHRIFT FOR ARNIM VON STECHOW. STUDIA GRAMMATICA. BERLIN: AKADEMIE
VERLAG.

MEIER, CÉCILE. 2003. THE MEANING OF TOO, ENOUGH AND SO...THAT. NATURAL
LANGUAGE SEMANTICS 11.69-107.

UMBACH, CARLA. THE ROLE OF SO IN GERMAN EQUATIVE COMPARISON. SYNTAX AND
SEMANTICS CONFERENCE CSSP, PARIS, OCTOBER 2007.
(THE HANDOUT IS AVAILABLE ON HER WEBSITE:
HTTP://WWW.COGSCI.UNI-OSNABRUECK.DE/%7ECUMBACH/RESEARCH.HTML)


CHEERS,
KATY MCKINNEY-BOCK

LL Issue: 19.1414
Date Posted: 26-Apr-2008
Original Query: Read original query