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Some traditional and modern treatments of pronouns
Modes of pronominal reference
Referentiality and context dependence
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a)-sentences Accordingly already anaphora proper anaphoric relation Apollonius approach argument expression assume assumption b)-sentences Bill's picture Bloomfieldian bound pronouns c-command classes of pronoun clause clear clearly complex predicate consider constituent constraint context dependence context models coreference coreferential corresponding deictic deixis and anaphora discourse distinction domain of discourse E-type pronouns English examples focus formulation Fred function-argument structures functor grammatical hence independent Indo-European languages John Keenan lexical linguistic form loves means morphemes natural language node non-referential notion of anaphora nouns object occur referentially occurring expressions particular paycheque possible preceding CM principle problem procedural model processes pronominal reference pronoun forms pronoun occurrences proposed quantifier question referential pronoun referentially occurring reflexive reflexive pronouns Reinhart's relevant role Section semantic content sense situation stereotype substitution syntactic agreement syntactic categories syntactic structure tests tion transformationally utterance verb walks