The syntax of Italian dialects /

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Imprint:Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003.
Description:1 online resource (xiv, 255 pages)
Language:English
Series:Oxford studies in comparative syntax
Oxford studies in comparative syntax.
Subject:Benincà, Paola.
Italian language -- Dialects -- Syntax.
Italian language -- Dialects -- Morphology.
Italien (Langue) -- Dialectes -- Syntaxe.
Italien (Langue) -- Dialectes -- Morphologie.
FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY -- Italian.
Italian language -- Dialects -- Morphology.
Italian language -- Dialects -- Syntax.
Mundart
Syntax
Aufsatzsammlung
Syntaxis.
Dialecten.
Italiaans.
Italien (langue) -- Dialectes -- Syntaxe.
Italienisch.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11233031
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Other authors / contributors:Tortora, Christina.
ISBN:9780198031222
019803122X
0195136454
9780195136456
0195136462
9780195136463
Notes:Includes bibliographical references.
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Summary:This volume collects original theoretical work on the syntax and morphology of Italian and a wide range of Italian dialects. It contains contributions by such leading figures as Cecilia Poletto, Guglielmo Cinque, and Richard Kayne, and examines topics such as the syntax of "ne", the internal structure of personal pronouns, the syntax/morphology interface, and functional projections at the clausal level.
Other form:Print version: Syntax of Italian dialects. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2003
Table of Contents:
  • On fission and impoverishment in the verbal morphology of the dialect of livinallongo / Andrea Calabrese-- Motion verbs as functional heads / Anna Cardinaletti and Giuliana Giusti
  • The interaction of passive, causative and 'restructuring' in romance / Guglielmo Cinque
  • Person morphemes and reflexives in Italian, French, and related languages / Richard S. Kayne
  • On some differences between exclamative and interrogative wh-phrases in Bellunese: further evidence of a split-CP hypothesis / Nicola Munaro
  • Cosa ch'a l'é sta storia? The interaction of pragmatics and syntax in the developmetn of wh-interrogatives with overt complementizer in Piedmontese / Mair Parry
  • Making imperatives: evidence from central Rhaetoromance / Cecilia Poletto and Raffaella Zanuttini
  • Enclitic subject pronouns in the romance languages / Giampaolo Salvi
  • The misunderstood double marking of indirect objects and new infinitive strategies in unexpected places: a brief study of romance variation / John B. Trumper.