Perspectives on Grammaticalization

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This is the second of two volumes deriving from papers presented at the Nineteenth Annual UWM linguistics Symposium held in Milwaukee in 1990. It focuses on the evolution of grammatical form and meaning from lexical material, which has reinvigorated historical analysis and theory and led to advances in the understanding of the relation between diachrony and universals. The richness and potential of some of the leading approaches to grammaticalization are here illustrated in thirteen selected papers.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 109]  1994.  xx, 306 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
William Pagliuca
v
Ritualization and the development of language
John Haiman
3–28
Phonogenesis
Paul J. Hopper
29–45
The grammaticalization of French à
Patricia Kilroe
49–61
The development of the definite article in French
Richard Epstein
63–80
Grammaticalization as semantic change: a case study of preposition development
Johanna Rubba
81–101
The grammaticalization of the perfect in Old English
Kathleen Carey
103–117
Discourse origins of the present perfect
Dan I. Slobin
119–133
TE and BA in Old through Middle Japanese
Toshio Ohori
135–149
Finiteness and focus in Sinhala
John C. Paolillo
151–170
Discourse morphology: a missing link to cyclical grammatical change
Danielle E. Cyr
171–189
Word order change as category change: the Mande case
Ulrike Claudi
191–231
Asymmetries in tense and aspect systems
Joan L. Bybee
235–254
Grammaticalization as an explanatory parameter
Bernd Heine
255–287
“The grammaticalization analyses gathered in this volume constitute an extremely valuable resource for further research in this area.”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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