Idan Landau

Books by this Author

By Idan Landau
Control in adjuncts involves a complex interaction of syntax, semantics, and pragmatics, which so far has resisted systematic analysis. In this book, Idan Landau offers the first comprehensive account of adjunct control. Extending the framework developed in his earlier book, A Two-Tiered Theory of Control, Landau analyzes ten different types of adjuncts and shows that they fall into two...
By Idan Landau
This book revives and reinterprets a persistent intuition running through much of the classical work: that the unitary appearance of Obligatory Control into complements conceals an underlying duality of structure and mechanism. Idan Landau argues that control complements divide into two types: In attitude contexts, control is established by logophoric anchoring, while non-attitude contexts it...

Journal Articles by this Author

Linguistic Inquiry
Volume 33, Issue 3 (Summer 2002)
By Idan Landau
Linguistic Inquiry
Volume 34, Issue 3 (Summer 2003)
By Idan Landau
Linguistic Inquiry
Volume 38, Issue 3 (Summer 2007)
By Idan Landau
Linguistic Inquiry
Volume 40, Issue 1 (Winter 2009)
By Jonathan David Bobaljik, Idan Landau
Linguistic Inquiry
Volume 40, Issue 2 (Spring 2009)
By Idan Landau