Peripheries

Syntactic Edges and their Effects

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-1908-1 (Print) 978-1-4020-1910-4 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

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    Pages 1-18

    Core Questions about the Edge

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    Pages 19-47

    On the Left and on the Right

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    Pages 49-73

    The Left Periphery and Cyclic Spellout: The Case of Hungarian

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    Pages 75-120

    Unspecified Categories as the Key to Root Constructions

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    Pages 121-141

    Peripheral Effects without Peripheral Syntax: The Left Periphery in Korean

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    Pages 143-163

    Japanese Scrambling in a Comparative Perspective

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    Pages 165-189

    Left or Right? A View from the Kwa Periphery

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    Pages 191-210

    Cross-Linguistic Word Order Variation at the Left Periphery: The Case of Object First Main Clauses

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    Pages 211-240

    DP-Periphery and Clausal Periphery: Possessor Doubling in West Flemish

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    Pages 241-257

    Submove: Towards a Unified Account of Scrambling and D-Linking

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    Pages 259-287

    On the Edge

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    Pages 289-311

    Clausal Edges and Their Effects on Scope

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    Pages 313-327

    Edge Coordinations: Focus and Conjunction Reduction

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    Pages 329-358

    Broad Subjects and Clitic Left Dislocation

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    Pages 359-382

    Acquiring the Left Periphery of the Modern Greek DP

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    Pages 383-405

    Early Peripheries in the Absence of C