Themes in Greek Linguistics

Volume II

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| Ohio State University
| University of Cambridge
| University of Reading
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This volume brings together 11 original papers on a variety of themes in Greek linguistics, covering phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics, both synchronically and diachronically.

Collectively, these papers report on recent advances in the study of Greek grammar within the framework of generative grammar, and provide insights into such diverse topics as the analysis of consonant clusters, the representation of stress, the status of inflectional features, the relationship between compounds and projection, derived nominals, the occurrence of weak clitic pronouns in questions, small clauses, focus constructions, word order, the placement of clitics in Cappadocian dialects, and Medieval Greek relativisation strategies.

Together, they show that Greek is a vital contributor to issues of current controversy in grammatical theory.

[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 159]  1998.  x, 335 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
v
List of Contributors
ix
Section I: Phonology
Breaking up is (not) Hard to Do the case of the modern greek pt/kt sequences
Stamatia Pagoni-Tetlow
3
Lexical Marking and Dominance in Modern Greek
Anthi Revithiadou
23
Section II: Morphology
On the Morphological Status of Inflectional Features evidence from modern greek
Angela Ralli
51
On What Happens if a ‘Heart-conqueror’ Meets The Projection Principle: A Representational Approach to Compounds and Projection
Imre Szigeti
75
Section III: Syntax/Semantics
On Derived Nominals in Greek
Artemis Alexiadou and Melita Stavrou
101
Wh- and Direct Object Clitics Revisited
Anna Androulakis
131
The Structure of Small Clauses in Modern Greek
Vassilios Spyropoulos
169
Individual and Functional Readings for Focus, Wh- and Negative Operators evidence from greek
Ianthi Maria Tsimpli
197
Clause Structure and Word Order in Modern Greek
Dimitra Irini Tzanidaki
229
Section IV: Diachrony
Cappadocian Clitics and the Syntax-Morphology Interface
Mark Janse
257
To ῞Aπερ and O Oπoιoς untangling mediaeval greek relativisation
Nick Nicholas
283
Index
325
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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