The Syntax of the Modern Celtic Languages
This volume, one of the few devoted to Celtic syntax, makes an important contribution to the description of Celtic, focusing on the ordering of major constituents, pronouns, inflection, compounding, and iode-switching. The articles also address current issues in linguistic theory so that Celticists and theoretical linguists alike find this book valuable.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 152 x 224 x 20mm | 458.14g
- 01 Jul 2003
- Academic Press Inc
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
Table of contents
G.M. Awbery, Dialect Syntax: A Neglected Resource for Welsh. A. Rouveret, X-Bar Theory, Minimality, and Barrierhood in Welsh. R.D. Borsley, A GPSG Approach to Breton Word Order. G.T. Stump, Breton Inflection and the Split Morphology Hypothesis. R. Hendrick, Breton Pronominals, Binding, and Barriers. N. Stenson, Phrase Structure Congruence, Government, and Irish-English Code-Switching. J. McCloskey, Resumptive Pronouns, A-Binding, and Levels of Representation in Irish. References. Index.