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The antisymmetry of syntax

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Kayne, Richard S.
Title Statement
The antisymmetry of syntax / Richard S. Kayne.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, Mass. :   MIT Press,   1994.  
Physical Medium
xv, 195 p. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
Linguistic inquiry monographs ;25.
ISBN
0262111942 0262611074 (pbk.)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-186) and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Grammar, Comparative and general --Syntax.
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440 0 ▼a Linguistic inquiry monographs ; ▼v 25.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references (p. [171]-186) and index.
650 0 ▼a Grammar, Comparative and general ▼x Syntax.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Series Foreword = xi
Preface = xiii
Acknowledgments = xvii
PART Ⅰ = 1
 Chapter 1 Introduction = 3
  1.1 Introduction = 3
  1.2 Proposal = 5
 Chapter 2 Deriving X-Bar Theory = 7
PART Ⅱ = 13
 Chapter 3 Adjunction = 15
  3.1 Segments and Categories = 15
  3.2 Adjunction to a Head = 17
  3.3 Multiple Adjunctions: Clitics = 19
  3.4 Multiple Adjunctions: Nonheads = 21
  3.5 Specifiers = 22
  3.6 Verb-Second Effects = 27
  3.7 Adjunction of a Head to a Nonhead = 30
 Chapter 4 Word Order = 33
  4.1 The Specifier-Complement Asymmetry = 33
  4.2 Specifier- Head-Complement as a Universal Order = 35
  4.3 Time and the Universal Specifier-Head-Complement Order = 36
  4.4 Linear Order and Adjunction to Heads = 38
  4.5 Linear Order and Structure below the Word Level = 38
  4.6 The Adjunction Site of Clitics = 42
 Chapter 5 Further Consequences = 47
  5.1 There Is No Directionality Parameter = 47
  5.2 The LCA Applies to All Syntactic Representations = 48
  5.3 Agreement in Adpositional Phrases = 49
  5.4 Head Movement = 50
  5.5 Final Complementizers and Agglutination = 52
PART Ⅲ = 55
 Chapter 6 Coordination = 57
  6.1 More on Coordination = 57
  6.2 Coordination of Heads, including Clitics = 59
  6.3 Coordination with With = 63
  6.4 Right Node Raising = 67
 Chapter 7 Complementation = 69
  7.1 Multiple Complements and Adjuncts = 69
  7.2 Heavy NP Shift = 71
  7.3 Right-Dislocations = 78
 Chapter 8 Relatives and Possessives = 85
  8.1 Postnominal Possessives in English = 85
  8.2 Relative Clauses in English = 86
  8.3 N-Final Relative Clauses = 92
  8.4 Reduced Relatives and Adjectives = 97
  8.5 More on Possessives = 101
  8.6 More on French De = 105
  8.7 Nonrestrictive Relatives = 110
 Chapter 9 Extraposition = 117
  9.1 Relative Clause Extraposition = 117
  9.2 Result Clauses and Comparatives = 126
PART Ⅳ = 129
 Chapter 10 Conclusion = 131
Notes = 133
References = 171
Index = 187


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