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On the interaction between antecedent-government and binding: the case of long-distance reflexivization

Abstract : The article claims that the distinct syntactic behavior of mono-morphemic and non mono-morphemic anaphors (reflexives) follow from the interaction of movement theory and hereby suggesting a relationship between binding phenomena, switch-reference and clitic climbing.
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Pierre Pica. On the interaction between antecedent-government and binding: the case of long-distance reflexivization. Jan Koster, Eric Reuland. Long-distance Anaphora, Cambridge University Press, pp.119-135, 1991, Long Distance Anaphora, 9780521400008. ⟨10.1017/CBO9780511627835.006⟩. ⟨halshs-01495510⟩

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