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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Victoria Hasko; Renee Perelmutter
|Description:||x, 392 p. ; 25cm.|
|Contents:||1. Contributors, pix-x; 2. Introduction. Verbs of motion in Slavic languages: Paths for exploration (by Hasko, Victoria), p1-11; 3. Part I. Diachrony of motion expressions; 4. Chapter 1. Clause and text organization in early East Slavic with reference to motion and position expressions (by Turner, Sarah), p15-45; 5. Chapter 2. Indeterminate motion verbs are denominal (by Nichols, Johanna), p47-65; 6. Chapter 3. Common Slavic "indeterminate" verbs of motion were really manner-of-motion verbs (by Dickey, Stephen M.), p67-109; 7. Chapter 4. PIE inheritance and word-formational innovation in Slavic motion verbs in -i- (by Greenberg, Marc L.), p111-121; 8. Part II. Synchronic approaches to aspect; 9. Chapter 5. Perfectives from indeterminate motion verbs in Russian (by Janda, Laura A.), p125-139; 10. Chapter 6. Aspects of motion: On the semantics and pragmatics of indeterminate aspect (by Kagan, Olga), p141-162; 11. Chapter 7. Verbs of motion under negation in Modern Russian (by Perelmutter, Renee), p163-193; 12. Part III. Typological approach to the study of Slavic verbs of motion; 13. Chapter 8. Semantic composition of motion verbs in Russian and English: The case of intra-typological variability (by Hasko, Victoria), p197-223; 14. Chapter 9. Motion events in Polish: Lexicalization patterns and the description of Manner (by Kopecka, Anetta), p225-246; 15. Chapter 10. The importance of being a prefix: Prefixal morphology and the lexicalization of motion events in Serbo-Croatian (by Filipovic, Luna), p247-266; 16. Chapter 11. Variation in the encoding of endpoints of motion in Russian (by Nikitina, Tatiana), p267-290; 17. Chapter 12. Verbs of rotation in Russian and Polish (by Rakhilina, Ekaterina V.), p291-316; 18. Chapter 13. Aquamotion verbs in Slavic and Germanic: A case study in lexical typology (by Koptjevskaja-Tamm, Maria), p315-341; 19. Chapter 14. Metaphorical walking: Russian idti as a generalized motion verb (by Nesset, Tore), p343-359; 20. Chapter 15. Russian verbs of motion: Second language acquisition and cognitive linguistics perspectives (by Gor, Kira), p361-381; 21. Author index, p383; 22. Language index, p387; 23. Subject index, p389|
|Series Title:||Studies in language companion series, 115.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Victoria Hasko, Renee Perelmutter.|