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anaphoric pronoun

[Subentry of anaphoric, pronoun]

Fr    pronom anaphorique, pronom de rappel, pronom référent, pronom représentant, pronom substitut, pronom substitutif, substitutif

Antonym(s): deictic pronoun

Related term(s): co-text, logophoric pronoun, referent

Source(s):

Brown & Yule 1983: 215 (anaphoric pronominal)
BROWN, Gillian & YULE, George. (1983) Discourse Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (DA)


Corbett 1991: 137-138
CORBETT, Greville. (1991) Gender. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


Ducrot & Todorov 1979[trans.]: 282
DUCROT, Oswald and TODOROV, Tzvetan. (1979 [trans.]) Encyclopedic Dictionary of the  Sciences of Language. Trans. by Catherine Porter. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 


ELL: 957
The Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics. (1994) Oxford: Pergamon Press.


Givon 1984: 355 (= definite pronoun)
GIVON, Talmy. (1984) Syntax: A Functional-Typological Introduction, Vols. I & II. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (SY)


Grimes 1975: 289
GRIMES, Joseph E. (1975) The Thread of Discourse. The Hague: Mouton. (DA)


IEL: vol. III, 358-359
International Encyclopedia of Linguistics. (1992) New York: Oxford University Press.


Lyons 1977: 661-662
LYONS, John. (1977) Semantics. Vols. 1 & 2. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. (SM)


Palmatier 1972: 11
PALMATIER, Robert A. (1972) A Glossary for English Transformational Grammar. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. (GG)


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  analyzability
  analyzable
  analyze
  anaphor
  anaphora
  anaphoric
  anaptyctic
  anaptyxis
  anarthria
  anastrophe
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