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Middles in English and Polish
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Anna Malicka-Kleparska
ISBN:
978-83-8061-376-8
Pages: 250
Format: B5 (hard cover)
Year: 2017
Language: English


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Acknowledgements

List of abbreviations

1. Introduction
1.1. Rudiments of the model
1.2. Introduction to middles
1.3. The roadmap

PART I: MIDDLES IN ENGLISH
2. General properties of anticausatives, or: against a derivational analysis of anticausatives
3. Introduction to English anticausatives
3.1. Eligible bases of anticausatives in English
3.1.1. Limitations on correspondences between anticausatives and causatives
3.1.2. Basic units for English anticausatives
3.2. Towards a morpho-syntactic representation of anticausatives
3.2.1. Causative or not?
3.2.2. Complex event semantics
3.2.3. Against Alexiadou's et al. (2015) model of anticausative alternation
3.3. Processual and State projections for English anticausatives
4. Introduction to English dispositional middles
4.1. General properties of dispositional middles
4.1.1. The role of adverbial modification in dispositional middle structures
4.1.2. Modality and stativity of dispositional middles
4.2. Similarity of anticausatives and dispositional middles
4.2.1. Classes of verbs that can form dispositional middles (or, looking for a black cat in a dark room)
4.2.2. The structure for dispositional middles in English
5. Deponents in English - An introduction
5.1. Verbs resembling middle deponents
5.2. Middle deponents vs. unaccusatives
5.3. Towards the structure of middle deponents
5.3.1. Middle deponents with resultative (State) projections
5.3.2. Middle deponents with 'by itself' phrases
5.3.3. Middle deponents with 'from phrases'
6. Conclusion

PART II: MIDDLES IN POLISH
7. Introduction
8. Anticausatives
8.1. Introduction - The Slavic perspective
8.2. Anticausatives in Polish
8.2.1. Are anticausatives a uniform class of verbs?
8.2.2. Illusory differences between analytic and synthetic anticausatives
8.2.3. Telicity as a distinguishing criterion
8.2.4. Causatives with corresponding anticausatives
8.3. Reflexively marked anticausatives as non-reflexive forms
8.3.1. The properties of the clitic się
8.3.2. 'By itself' phrase with anticausatives
8.3.3. Subjects of analytic anticausatives as internal arguments
8.3.3.1. Genitive case internal arguments as subjects of analytic anticausatives
8.3.3.2. Scope of negation in analytic anticausatives
8.3.3.3. Scrambling phenomena in analytic anticausatives
8.3.3.4. Information structure
8.3.4. Historical evidence
8.4. Conclusion
9. Deponents in Polish
9.1. Similarities between deponents and anticausatives
10. Introduction to dispositional and stage-level middles
10.1. Dispositional middles proper
10.2. Middles with stage-level properties
10.3. Lexicalization of middles
10.4. Interim summary
10.5. Towards the structure of middles
10.5.1. Causation in middles and anticausatives
10.5.2. 'By itself' modification in middles, deponents and anticausatives
10.5.3. The meaning of clauses with łatwo 'easily'
10.5.4. 'Eventive' anticausatives vs. generic middles
10.5.5. Instrumental arguments with middles
10.5.6. Modality of middle clauses
10.5.7. Agent-oriented adverbs with middles
10.5.8. Affected subjects with middles
10.5.9. Conclusion
10.6. Scarcity of middle structures in Polish
10.7. Summary

PART III: SUBREGULARITIES WITHIN THE REALM OF MIDDLES - SOME IMPLEMENTATIONS OF THE CONSTRUCTIVIST THEORY
11. Stage-level vs. individual level predications revisited
12. Prefixation systems of Polish middles revisited
13. Conclusion

References

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