Clitic and Affix Combinations

Theoretical perspectives

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In this volume, the relationship between clitics and affixes and their combinatorial properties has led to a serious discussion of the interface between syntax, morphology, semantics, and phonology that draws on a variety of theoretical perspectives (e.g., HPSG , Optimality Theory, Minimalism). Clitic/affix phenomena provide a rich range of data, not only for the identification of an affix vs. clitic, but also for the best way to explain ordering constraints, some of which are contradictory. A range of languages are considered, including Romance and Slavic languages, as well as Turkish, Greek, Icelandic, Korean, and Passamaquoddy. Moreover, several articles consider dialectal microparameterization, notably in Spanish, French, and Occitan. This volume thus reflects current debate on issues such as clitic ordering constraints, the relationship of clitics to inalienable possession and the left periphery, and templatic approaches to affixes vs. clitics while examining a broad range of languages.
[Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 74]  2005.  viii, 390 pp.
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Table of Contents

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Clitic ordering phenomena: The path to generalizations
Lorie Heggie and Francisco Ordóñez
1–29
Part I. Clitic sequences
Romance clitic clusters: The case connection
Louis H. Desouvrey
33–79
Constraining Optimality: Clitic sequences and Feature Geometry
David Heap
81–102
The syntax of clitic climbing in Czech
Milan Rezac
103–140
Romance clitic clusters: On diachronic changes and cross-linguistic contrasts
Fabrice Nicol
141–197
Strong and Weak Person Restrictions: A feature checking analysis
Elena Anagnostopoulou
199–235
Part II. Clitics vs. Affixation
Non-morphological determination of nominal affix order in Korean
James Hye Suk Yoon
239–282
Clitic positions within the left periphery: Evidence for a phonological buffer
Adam Szczegielniak
283–299
The Wh /Clitic-Connection
Cedric Boeckx and Sandra Stjepanović
301–314
Morphosyntax of two Turkish subject pronominal paradigms
Jeff Good and Alan C.L. Yu
315–341
On the syntax of doubling
Juan Uriagereka
343–374
Author Index
375–379
Languages Index
381–382
Subject Index
383–388
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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