Althochdeutsches W Rterbuch

Author: Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783050038827
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Althochdeutsches W Rterbuch from the Author: Sächsische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Nachdruck der 11 Lieferungen, die in den Jahren 1970, 1975, 1983 und 1997 erschienen sind.

First German Reader

Author: Harry Steinhauer
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486119564
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First German Reader from the Author: Harry Steinhauer. Specially chosen for their power to evoke German life and culture, these short, simple readings include poems, stories, essays, and anecdotes by Goethe, Hesse, Heine, Schiller, and others.

Literary Criticism Of Dante Alighieri

Author: Dante Alighieri
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
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Literary Criticism Of Dante Alighieri from the Author: Dante Alighieri. Translations of literary criticisms written by Dante.

Parameters Of Slavic Morphosyntax

Author: Steven Franks
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780195358261
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Parameters Of Slavic Morphosyntax from the Author: Steven Franks. Focusing on issues of case theory and comparative grammar, this study treats selected problems in the syntax of the Slavic languages from the perspective of Government-Binding theory. Steven Franks seeks to develop parametric solutions to related constructions among the various Slavic languages. A model of case based loosely on Jakobson's feature system is adapted to a variety of comparative problems in Slavic, including across-the-board constructions, quantification, secondary predication, null subject phenomena, and voice. Solutions considered make use of recent approaches to phrase structure, including the VP-internal subject hypothesis and the DP hypothesis. The book will serve admirably as an introduction to GB theory for Slavic linguists as well as to the range of problems posed by Slavic for general syntacticians.