Two types of resumptive pronouns in polish relative clauses

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Title: Two types of resumptive pronouns in polish relative clauses
Author: Szczegielniak, Adam
Citation: Szczegielniak, Adam. 2005. “Two Types of Resumptive Pronouns in Polish Relative Clauses.” Linguistic Variation Yearbook 5 (1) (January 1): 165–185. doi:10.1075/livy.5.06szc. http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/livy.5.06szc.
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Abstract: This paper discusses two types of resumptive pronouns found in Polish relative clauses: (i) adjacent resumptives and (ii) embedded resumptives. It will be argued that adjacent resumptives are truncated forms of the relative operator, whereas embedded resumptives are ‘regular’ resumptive pronouns found in other languages like Hebrew and Russian. Support for this claim will come from analyzing the differences between adjacent and embedded resumptives, and analyzing the similarities between adjacent resumptives and relative operators. Cross-linguistic data involving the interaction of relative clause formation and resumption, as well as the interaction of cliticization and resumption will provide additional support for the above claim.
Published Version: doi:10.1075/livy.5.06szc
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