Advances in Roumanian Linguistics

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| University of Venice
| University of Venice
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The aim of the book is to collect and make available to the public recent studies on Roumanian in the framework of Generative Grammar. All the studies can be considered as highly advanced from both the empirical and the theoretical point of view. In fact, they deal with many of the phenomena that differentiate this language from other well-studied ones, adopting and further improving recent developments in linguistic theory. In this respect the book contributes both to Roumanian studies and to theoretical linguistics. These studies cover major areas of general syntactic investigation: the syntax of nominal expressions (Giusti on determiners, Grosu on free relative clauses), clausal structure (Motapanyane), clitic placement (Dobrovie-Sorin), and morpho-semantics (Farkaş and Zec). In so doing, they address the problems of the definition and refinement of the theory of functional projections, contributing new ideas and evidence for their formulation.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 10]  1995.  xi, 172 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Guglielmo Cinque and Giuliana Giusti
vii
Rumanian Genitive Constructions
Alexandra Cornilescu
1
Clitic Clusters in Rumanian: Deriving Linear Order from Hierachical Structure
Carmen Dobrovie-Sorin
55
Agreement and Pronominal Reference
Donka F. Farkas and Draga Zec
83
Heads and Modifiers among Determiners: Evidence from Rumanian
Giuliana Giusti
103
Free Relatives with “Missing Prepositions” in Rumanian and Universal Grammar
Alexander Grosu
127
NP-Movement from Finite Clauses in Rumanian
Virginia Motapanyane
161
Index
171
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  95009960