Table of contents for Form, structure, and grammar : a festschrift presented to Gu╠łnther Grewendorf on occasion of his 60th birthday / Patrick Brandt and Eric Fuss (eds.).


Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog
Note: Electronic data is machine generated. May be incomplete or contain other coding.


Counter
PART I: FORM
WERNER ABRAHAM
Distinct Diathesis and the Mechanics ofUnderspecification ......................................  3
MANFRED BIERWISCH
German Reflexives as Proper and Improper Arguments .................................... . 15
SASCHA W. FELIX
The Acquisition of Japanese Word Structure .................................................  37
TILMAN N. HOHLE
Observing Non-Finite Verbs: Some 3V Phenomena in German-Dutch ................... 55
MANFRED KRIFKA
A Note on the Pronoun System and the Predicate Marker in Tok Pisin ..................  79
GEREON MOLLER
Pro-Drop and Impoverishment ....................................................  93

PART II: STRUCTURE
JOSEF BAYER
A Note on Targets of A'-Movement in the Left Periphery of German Sentences ...... 119
ADRIANA BELLETTI
Extending Doubling to Non-Local Domains:
Complete vs. Partial Copying + Deletion and Related Reconstruction Issues ........... 129
GISBERT FANSELOW
On Pure Syntax (Uncontaminated by Information Structure) .................................... 137
WERNER FREY
How  to Get an Object-es into the German Prefield ............................ ................ 159
KATHARINA HARTMANN AND MALTE ZIMMERMANN
Information Structure and the Left Periphery in Dghwede ......................................... 187
CECILIA POLETTO
Old Italian Scrambling: The Low Left Periphery of the Clause .................................. 209
LUIGI RIZZI
Selective Residual V-2  in  Italian  Interrogatives ......................................  .............. 229
JOACHIM SABEL
Impossible Infinitival Interrogatives and Relatives ......................... ....................... . 243
MAMORU SAITO
Expletive Replacement Reconsidered:
Evidence from  Expletive Verbs in Japanese .......................... ...........   .............. 255
JOCHEN ZELLER
Agreement and the EPP in Kinyarwanda Applicatives .......................................... 275

PART III: GRAMMAR
RAINER DIETRICH
Modularity and the Tic-Toc of Language .................................................... 299
HANS-MARTIN GARTNER AND MARKUS STEINBACH
A Skeptical Note on the Syntax of Speech Acts and Point of View ........................... 313
GEORG MEGGLE
The First Traces of Language. On Darwin's Package Hypothesis ................ ............. 323
MONIKA RATHERT
Comprehensibility in Forensic Linguistics -
New Perspectives for Frame Semantics .......................... ................. 337
TOM ROEPER
Not Only I: Notes on the Syntax of Focus Binding ............................................. 353
DIETMAR ZAEFFERER
Conceptualizing Sentence Mood - Two Decades Later ....................... .. ...... 367
THOMAS EDE ZIMMERMANN
The  Values of Semantics  .................................................................... 383



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Generative grammar, Morphology, Semantics, Grammar, Comparative and general Syntax