Correlatives Cross-Linguistically

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| Leiden University
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This volume brings together recent work in generative syntax on correlative relative constructions. Greatly expanding on the Hindi-oriented scope of previous studies, it describes and analyzes correlative constructions in a range of languages, such as Basque, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish, Sanskrit, Serbo-Croatian and Tibetan, in comparison to correlativization in Hindi. The articles zoom in on three areas of interest: firstly, the similarities and differences between correlatives and other wh- and relative constructions; secondly, the derivation of correlative constructions and the position correlative clauses occupy in the host clause and thirdly, the matching effects that characterize the pairings between relative phrases and demonstrative phrases. The studies presented here will appeal to researchers and students with an interest in syntax in general and relativization strategies in particular.
[Language Faculty and Beyond, 1]  2009.  vii, 375 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface and acknowledgements
vii
The landscape of correlatives: An empirical and analytical survey
Anikó Lipták
1–46
Part I. Correlatives and related constructions
What don't wh-questions, free relatives and correlatives have in common?
Barbara Citko
49–79
Basque correlatives and their kin in the history of Northern Basque
Georges Rebuschi
81–130
{Relative {conditional {correlative clauses}}}
Boban Arsenijević
131–156
Relatively different: Italian Sign Language relative clauses in a typological perspective
Chiara Branchini and Caterina Donati
157–191
Part II. The derivation of correlatives
The syntax of the Tibetan correlative
Seth Cable
195–222
Adjunction, features and locality in Sanskrit and Hindi/Urdu correlatives
Alice Davison
223–262
Comparative correlatives and successive cyclicity
Marcel den Dikken
263–306
Part III. The matching effect
On the matching requirement in correlatives
Tommi Tsz-Cheung Leung
309–341
Matching effects in the temporal and locative domains
Rajesh Bhatt and Anikó Lipták
343–372

A unique contribution to the study of correlatives. It includes an excellent introduction that masterfully synthesizes over thirty years of theoretical research on the topic. The articles cover a range of languages and showcase the enduring relevance to linguistic theory of a construction once considered exotic. A must-read for anyone interested in correlatives or in relative clauses generally.

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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFK – Grammar, syntax
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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