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Linguistic Inquiry

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Samuel Jay Keyser, Editor-in-Chief 

Linguistic Inquiry leads the field in research on current topics in linguistics. In each issue, its authors keep themselves and other readers informed of new theoretical developments based on the latest international scholarship. 

Table of Contents

Vol. 35, Issue 4 - Fall 2004

Articles

Clitic Positions and Restructuring in Italian
pp. 519-557
Abstract | PDF (149.42 KB)
The Genesis of Negative Concord: Syntax and Morphology of Negative Doubling
pp. 559-612
Abstract | PDF (206.57 KB)
Topicalization, Focalization, Lexical Insertion, and Scrambling
pp. 613-638
Abstract | PDF (144.47 KB)
Which Wič Is Which? Prefixing and Suffixing in Klamath Full-Root Reduplication
pp. 639-656
Abstract | PDF (126.09 KB)
Derivation in Optimality Theory: A Reply to Burzio
pp. 656-670
Abstract | PDF (113.39 KB)
Multiple Nominative Constructions in Japanese and Economy
pp. 671-683
Abstract | PDF (86.1 KB)
Semilinearity Is a Syntactic Invariant: A Reply to Michaelis and Kracht 1997
pp. 683-692
Abstract | PDF (71.81 KB)
Positional Weight Constraints in Optimality Theory
pp. 692-703
Abstract | PDF (130.99 KB)
A DP-Internal Anaphor Agreement Effect
pp. 704-712
Abstract | PDF (61.58 KB)
Books and Journals Received
pp. 713-715
Abstract | PDF (35.37 KB)
Index to Volume 35
pp. 717-732
Abstract | PDF (58.05 KB)