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Clause Structure and Word Order in the History of German$
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Agnes Jäger, Gisella Ferraresi, and Helmut Weiß

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198813545

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198813545.001.0001

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Introduction to Part III

Introduction to Part III

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(p.223) 11 Introduction to Part III
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Clause Structure and Word Order in the History of German
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Eric Fuß

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198813545.003.0011

This chapter provides an overview of Part III, which deals with various aspects pertaining to the right sentence periphery in historical stages of German. It outlines a set of issues that figure prominently in relevant current research, including the theoretical analysis of linguistic variation, the impact of information structure on word order (OV versus VO, in particular), and the historical development of verb clusters. In addition, the chapter includes brief summaries of the individual contributions, which focus on word order variation in the lower/right-most part of the middle field (and the post field), and properties of the so-called verbal complex located in the right sentence bracket.

Keywords:   right clausal periphery, OV, VO, word order variation, verb clusters, verbal complex, information structure, IPP (infinitivus pro participio) effect

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