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Query:   FinP References
Author:  Borzdyko Oxana
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Syntax

Summary:   DEAR ALL:

ABOUT A MONTH AGO I ASKED THE LINGUIST LIST AUDIENCE FOR REFERENCES OF PAPERS DEALING WITH THE TOPIC OF FINP (LINGUIST 14.35). I DID NOT GET MANY RESPONSES, BUT I AM GRATEFUL TO THOSE WHO DID GET BACK TO ME WITH SUGGESTIONS. HERE BELOW I SHARE WITH YOU THOSE SUGGESTIONS, AS I HAVE PROMISED.

1. ASYA PERELTSVAIG. TOPIC AND FOCUS AS LINEAR NOTIONS: EVIDENCE FROM ITALIAN AND RUSSIAN. HTTP://WWW.HUM.UIT.NO/A/PERELTSVAIG/LINGUA.PDF

2. CHRISTER PLATZACK AND IINGER ROSENGREN (1998): ON THE SUBJECT OF IMPERATIVES: A MINIMALIST ACCOUNT OF THE IMPERATIVE CLAUSE, THE JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE GERMANIC LINGUISITICS 1: 177-224. KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS.

3. ELLY VAN GELDEREN. THE FORCE OF FORCEP IN ENGLISH. HTTP://WWW.PUBLIC.ASU.EDU/~GELDEREN/CP.PDF

4. NIGAR GULSAT AYGEN. FINITENESS, CASE AND CLAUSAL ARCHITECTURE. HTTP://PEOPLE.FAS.HARVARD.EDU/~AYGEN

CORDIALLY,

OXANA BORZDYKO
PH.D. STUDENT,
UWO OBORZDYK@UWO.CA

LL Issue: 14.352
Date Posted: 04-Feb-2003
Original Query: Read original query