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Schneider, Stefan / Glikman, Julie / Avanzi, Mathieu (Hrsg.): Parenthetical Verbs. VI/357 S. - Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter, 2015.
ISBN: 978-3-11-037603-6
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[Buch] IDS-Bibliothek: Sig. QA 4436
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E-Book (PDF). Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-037614-2
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Parenthesis has recently seen a considerable surge in interest. This volume presents the – often contrasting – theoretical positions on parenthetical verbs and examines them from different analytical perspectives. The initial theoretical section contains, among others, two contributions presenting diametrically opposed analyses of the syntax of parenthetical verbs. Although (synchronic) syntax pervades the volume, other analytical levels and approaches are also given weight: The second section provides insights into the historical and ontogenetic development of parenthetical verbs, while the third section deals with prosody and prosody-syntax or prosody-semantics mappings. The volume covers parenthetical verbs in English as well as in several other languages (Danish, Dutch, French, German, Portuguese and Turkish), some of which are rarely taken into consideration when dealing with parentheticals. Methodologically, the volume is marked by its strong empirical orientation: With few exceptions, the contributions are based on data from experiments or from corpora (historical, contemporary, diachronic, synchronic, oral, written, child, adult).

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Acknowledgements S. VII
Schneider, Stefan / Glikman, Julie / Avanzi, Mathieu:
  Introduction S. 1
Section I: Theoretical Issues
Newmeyer, Frederick J.:
  Parentheticals and the grammar of complementation S. 13
Kaltenböck, Gunther / Heine, Bernd / Kuteva, Tania:
  On theticals: A “rootless” analysis of I think S. 39
Griffiths, James:
  Speaker and quote reduced parenthetical clauses S. 71
Kluck, Marlies / de Vries, Mark:
  On V2, gaps, and operators in comment and reporting parentheticals S. 103
Section II: Diachronic and ontogenetic development
Faya Cerqueiro, Fátima:
  An approach to parenthetical courtesy markers in requests in Late Modern English S. 135
Schneider, Stefan / Glikman, Julie:
  Origin and development of French parenthetical verbs S. 163
Boeg Thomsen, Ditte:
  Ontogenetic paths to the parenthetical construction S. 189
Section III: Prosody and its interfaces
Hedberg, Nancy / Elouazizi, Noureddine:
  Epistemic Parenthetical Verb Phrases: C-Command, Semantic Scope and Prosodic Phrasing S. 225
Hanote, Sylvie:
  Are reporting clauses special cases of parentheticals? S. 257
Güneş, Güliz / Çöltekin, Çağrı:
  Mapping to prosody: Not all parentheticals are alike S. 287
Abalada, Silvana / Cardoso, Aida:
  The Vocative in European Portuguese: Prosodic Effects of its position in the sentence S. 333
 
Index S. 355