Long-Distance Anaphora


Long-Distance Anaphora

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521391115
  • DDC分類 415

Full Description

There are a number of persistent anomalies in binding theory. One is the lack of an integrated view of long distance anaphora. Anaphors generally require an antecedent, but languages have been shown to show striking differences as to where such antecedents may occur. This volume is a collection of original articles by distinguished contributors on the nature of anaphoric systems in a wide variety of genetically and structurally different languages, and it examines the general laws underlying the apparent diversity of data from the perspective of current linguistic theory. There is a surprising degree of convergence in the analyses proposed. A substantive introduction summarises and discusses the main results, providing an integrative picture of individual and common results. This is the first representative collection of articles on this important topic. It is both conceptually coherent and of real theoretical importance.

Table of Contents

1. Long distance anaphora: an overview Eric
Reuland and Jan Koster
2. Containment and connectedness anaphors Lars
3. Long distance reflexives and the typology of
NPs Hoskulder Thrainsson
4. Contextual determination of the
anaphor/pronominal distinction Martin Eaveraert
5. On the interaction between antecedent
government and binding: the case of long
distance reflexivization Pierre Pica
6. Binding in Polish Ewa Reinders-Machowska
7. Anaphors in binary trees: an analysis of
Czech reflexives Jindrick Toman
8. Latin long distance anaphora Elena Benedicto
9. Prepositions, binding and theta-marking
Allessandra Giorgi
10. Locality, parameters and some issues in
Italian syntax Rita Manzini
11. Long distance binding in Finnish Marlies
Van Steenbergen
12. The primacy condition on anaphors and
pronominal variable binding E. Kiss Katalin
13. On the local nature of the long distance
reflexive in Chinese C. T. James Huang and C.
C. Jane Tang
14. Anaphors and logophors: an argument
structure perspective Tanya Reinhart and Eric