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The diachronic typology of non-canonical subjects [Texte imprimé] /

de Serzant, Ilja A.. (edt.) ; Kulikov, Leonid. (edt.)
Collation: 1 vol. (XXV-364 p.) : ill. ; 25 cm.Collection: Studies in language companion series, ISSN 0165-7763Édition: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia (Pa.) : J. Benjamins, cop. 2013.ISBN: 9789027206077 (rel); 9027206074 (rel).Contenu: Introduction / Ilja Serzant, Chiara Fedriani & Leonid Kulikov (p.IX) -- Part I. Rise of non-canonical subjects or subject-like obliques -- Non selected dative arguments in Spanish anticausative constructions: Exploring subjecthood / Olga Fernández-Soriano & Amaya Mendikoetxea (p.3) -- The rise of animacy-based differential subject marking in Dutch / Helen de Hoop (p.35) -- The rise of oblique subjects in Russian / Hakyung Jung (p.55) -- Non-canonical subject marking: Genitive subjects in Classical Armenian / Daniel Kölligan (p.73) -- The rise of non-canonical subjects and semantic alignments in Hindi / Annie Montaut (p.91) -- Part II. Historical changes in constructions with non-canonical subjects or subject-like obliques -- Experiencers and psychological noun predicates: from Latin to Italian / Marina Benedetti (p.121) -- Between Finnic and Indo-European: Variation and Change in the Estonian experiencer-object construction / Liina Lindström (p.139) -- On the historical expansion of non-canonically marked 'subjects' in Spanish / Chantal Melis & Marcela Flores (p.163) -- Part III. From non-canonical subjects of subject-like obliques to canonical subjects -- Subjects in Scandinavian / Jan Terje Faarlund (p.187) -- The me pudet construction in the history of Latin: why and how fast non-canonical subjects come and go / Chiara Fedriani (p.203) -- Diachrony of experiencer subject marking: Evidence from East Caucasian / Dmitry Ganenkov (p.231) -- Obliqueness, quasi-subjects and transitivity in Baltic and Slavonic / Axel Holvoet (p.257) -- Rise of canonical subjecthood / Ilja A. Serzant (p.283) -- Synthesis -- The Diachronic typology of non-canonical subjects and subject-like obliques / Ilja A. Serzant (p.313) -- Language Index (p.361) -- Subject Index (p.363)Sujet RAMEAU: Grammaire comparée | Sujet et prédicat (linguistique) | Syntaxe | Sujet et prédicat (linguistique) Études comparatives | Syntaxe Études comparatives | Grammar, Comparative and general Topic and comment | Grammar, Comparative and general Syntax Thématique: Grammaire Thématique spécifique: Syntaxe | Typologie | Linguistique historique et comparative | DiachronieType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Pays-Bas

Bibliogr. en fin de chapitre. Index.

Introduction / Ilja Serzant, Chiara Fedriani & Leonid Kulikov (p.IX) -- Part I. Rise of non-canonical subjects or subject-like obliques -- Non selected dative arguments in Spanish anticausative constructions: Exploring subjecthood / Olga Fernández-Soriano & Amaya Mendikoetxea (p.3) -- The rise of animacy-based differential subject marking in Dutch / Helen de Hoop (p.35) -- The rise of oblique subjects in Russian / Hakyung Jung (p.55) -- Non-canonical subject marking: Genitive subjects in Classical Armenian / Daniel Kölligan (p.73) -- The rise of non-canonical subjects and semantic alignments in Hindi / Annie Montaut (p.91) -- Part II. Historical changes in constructions with non-canonical subjects or subject-like obliques -- Experiencers and psychological noun predicates: from Latin to Italian / Marina Benedetti (p.121) -- Between Finnic and Indo-European: Variation and Change in the Estonian experiencer-object construction / Liina Lindström (p.139) -- On the historical expansion of non-canonically marked 'subjects' in Spanish / Chantal Melis & Marcela Flores (p.163) -- Part III. From non-canonical subjects of subject-like obliques to canonical subjects -- Subjects in Scandinavian / Jan Terje Faarlund (p.187) -- The me pudet construction in the history of Latin: why and how fast non-canonical subjects come and go / Chiara Fedriani (p.203) -- Diachrony of experiencer subject marking: Evidence from East Caucasian / Dmitry Ganenkov (p.231) -- Obliqueness, quasi-subjects and transitivity in Baltic and Slavonic / Axel Holvoet (p.257) -- Rise of canonical subjecthood / Ilja A. Serzant (p.283) -- Synthesis -- The Diachronic typology of non-canonical subjects and subject-like obliques / Ilja A. Serzant (p.313) -- Language Index (p.361) -- Subject Index (p.363)

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