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Going Romance

Publication 2006

Title: Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory 2004
Subtitle: Selected papers from “Going Romance” Leiden, 9-11 December 2004.
Editors: Jenny Doetjes and Paz González
Year of publication: 2006.
Publishing Company: John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia.
Series: Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, volume 278.


  • Introduction
  • Ana Arregui: Cualquier, Exception Phrases and Negation. Pages 1–22.
  • Anna Bartra and Xavier Villalba: Agreement and Predicate Inversion in Spanish DP. Pages 23–41.
  • Alexandra Cornilescu: Modes of Semantic Combinations: NP / DP. Adjectives and the Structure of the Romanian DP. Pages 43–69.
  • Paola Crisma and Chiara Gianollo: Where did Romance N-Raising come from? A Parallel Study of Parameter Resetting in Latin and English. Pages 71–93.
  • Sonia Cyrino and Gabriela Matos: Null Complement Anaphora in Romance: Deep Or Surface Anaphora? Pages 95–120.
  • Raffaella Folli and Heidi Harley: Benefactives aren’t Goals in Italian. Pages 121–142.
  • Ángel J. Gallego: T-to-C Movement in Relative Clauses. Pages 143–170.
  • Kleanthes K. Grohmann and Ricardo Etxepare: Properties of Infinitival Structures in Romance. Pages 171–196.
  • Ana Maria Martins: Emphatic Affirmation and Polarity: Contrasting European Portuguese With Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Catalan and Galician. Pages 197–223
  • Yukiko Morimoto and Peter de Swart: Language Variation and Historical Change: The Spread of DOM in Spanish. Pages 225–245.
  • Hans-Georg Obenauer: Special Interrogatives — Left Periphery, Wh-Doubling, and (Apparently) Optional Elements. Pages 247–273.
  • Erik Schoorlemmer: Double Agreement in Complex Inversion. Pages 275–295.
  • Jaume Solà and Anna Gavarró: Subextraction in Romance Interrogatives. Pages 297–315.
  • Index

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