Conference ProceedingIshii, ToruThis paper presents a prosodic movement analysis of "multiple scrambling" in Japanese. The organization of this paper is as follows. Section 2 argues that there are two kinds of scrambling, i.e. syntactic scrambling and prosodic scrambling. It is show . . .
Conference ProceedingAgbayani, BrianA basic assumption in generative grammar is that all movement is syntactic. This paper proposes that hyperbaton in Classical Greek, Latin and Colloquial Russian involves post-syntactic movement of prosodic constituents to prosodic edges (for a full tr . . .
Conference ProceedingGolston, Chris