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Query Details

Query Subject:   References for FinP readings
Author:   oborzdyk
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   Dear all,

My name is Oxana, and I'm a graduate student at the UWO (Canada). I'm
currently investigating the structure of left periphery in
Russian. Namely, I'm trying to determine if it is possible to adop
Rizzi's 1990, 1997 structure for Russian.

I'm having trouble finding papers that would deal with FinP (in any
language) to some greater extent than it is done in Rizzi 1990,
1997. I would be particularly interested in studies that mainly focus
on the issue of FinP. So, I decided to ask the Linguist List audience
for some advice. I will be most greateful for all your
suggestions. Also, I would like to summarize all the suggestions tha
I will receive and I'll send them to the Linguist List, so tha
everyone could benefit from them.


Oxana Borzdyko
UWO PhD studen
Ontario, Canada

LL Issue: 14.35
Date posted: 07-Jan-2003


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