A comprehensive bibliography 1892–1991
This bibliography provides an alphabetical listing of over 1500 articles, books, and dissertations that treat in some way the topic of clitics and related matters, e.g. affixes, words, word order, movement, sandhi, etc. The beginning point for the bibliographic entries is 1892, taking Jacob Wackernagel's classic work as the point of departure, and the entries cover the subsequent 100-year period. Each entury is accompanied by a series of descriptors which give an indication of the content of the item. Nearly one-third of the book is a detailed analytic index, based on the descriptors, which can aid in topical searches for relevant material. Prefatory matter includes an essay “What is a Clitic?” by Arnold M. Zwicky, a brief consideration of Wackernagel's scholarly career by Brian D. Joseph, and information on the format and use of the book itself.
[Library and Information Sources in Linguistics, 22] 1994. xxxviii, 274 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Preface & Acknowledgements | p. VI
Portrait of Jacob Wackernagel | p. X
What is a Clitic? | p. XII
The Bibliography: A user's guide | p. XXI
Bibliographic Abbreviations | p. XXVII
Other Abbreviations | p. XXVIII
Serial Publications Cited | p. XXIX
Bibliographic Entries A-Z | p. 1
Language Descriptors | p. 175
Analytic Index | p. 185
Cited by 12 other publications
Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y.
Izre'el, Shlomo & Amina Mettouchi
Joseph, Brian D.
Kari, Ethelbert & Budzani Mogara
LOWE, JOHN J.
Pineda, Luis A. & Ivan V. Meza
Čech, Radek, Pavel Kosek, Olga Dontcheva-Navrátilová & Jan Mačutek
2021. On the impact of the initial phrase length on the position of enclitics in Old Czech. In Language and Text [Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 356], ► pp. 10 ff.
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