The Syntax of Native American Languages

The Syntax of Native American Languages

by Eung-Do Cook, Donna B. Gerdts

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Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
Syntax and Semantics Series, #16
Product dimensions:
0.94(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

Table of Contents

J. Aissen, “Themes and Absolutives: Some Semantic Rules in Tzotzil”
S.R. Anderson, “Kwakwala Syntax and the Government-Binding Theory”
F.R. Brandon and L.F. Seki, “Moving Interrogatives without and Initial + wh Node in Tupi”
P. Cole, “Clause Reduction in Ancash Quechua”
W.D. Davies, “Choctaw Switch-Reference and Levels of Syntactic Representation”
P.W. Davis and R. Saunders, “An Expression of Coreference in Bella Coola”
D.B. Gerdts, “A Relational Analysis of Halkomelem Causals”
D. James, “Raising to Subject in Moose Cree: A Problem for Subjacency”
R.D. Levine, “Empty Categories, Rules of Grammar, and Kwakwala Complementation”
S.A. Martlett, “Switch-Reference and Subject Raising in Seri”
P. Munro, “Floating Quantifiers in Pima”
L.R. Smith, “On the Nonergativity and Intransitivity of Relative Clauses in Labrador Inuttut”


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