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Readership: Students and scholars of linguistics, especially syntacticians, semanticists, and typologists.
Kirsten Gengel, University of Stuttgart
Kirsten Gengel studied English and French linguistics and literature at the University of Tübingen before joining the Linguistics Graduate School at the University of Stuttgart. She received her PhD in 2008 and continued as a researcher at the University, where her work focused on adjectives in the Romance Languages, Classifiers, and DP Structure.
Part I: Introduction
2: An Overview of the Book
3: Previous Accounts of Pseudogapping
Part II: Movement
4: A-movement in Pseudogapping
5: A-bar-movement in Pseudogapping
Part III: Deletion
6: The Semantics of Focus and Ellipsis
7: The Deletion Process
8: Movement and Deletion: a uniform account of ellipsis