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    • Dialogen som paradigme? 

      Skaftun, Atle (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
    • The Poetry of Jakov Polonskij 

      Egeberg, Erik (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
      In this article the poetry of Jakov Polonskij is compared to Afanasij Fet's verse with a special focus on the motif "night". A juxtaposition of parallel passages demonstrates both similarities and profound differences: on the one hand, Polonskij is familiar with the various aspects of verse technique so brilliantly applied by Fet, while on the other hand he avoids the erotically coloured emotional ...
    • En pratsom gammel gubbe med sans for livet? Tema og norm i Kjell Askildsens "Thomas F´s siste nedtegnelser til almenheten" 

      Andersen, Bjørn Inge; Bones, Sigrun; Greve, Anniken; Rosenlund, Ingvild Mathiesen; Sojtaric, Maja (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
    • Kunsten å lese og skrive - i fellesskap. 

      Greve, Anniken (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
    • Hunting history and myth in Linda Hogans´ Power and William Faulkner´s "The Bear" 

      Castor, Laura (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
    • "Kven er det som skriv?" Skriveren i romanen "Naustet" av Jon Fosse 

      Reinhoff, Natascha (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2002)
    • Limits on P: filling in holes vs. falling in holes 

      Svenonius, Peter (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2003)
      All Germanic languages make extensive use of verb-particle combinations (known as separable-prefix verbs in the OV languages). I show some basic differences here distinguishing the Scandinavian type from the OV West Germanic languages, with English superficially patterning with Scandinavian but actually manifesting a distinct type. Specifically, I argue that the P projection is split into p and P ...
    • West Greenlandic antipassive 

      Schmidt, Bodil Kappel (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      On the basis of syntactic and morphological evidence from West Greenlandic (WG) antipassive (AP) constructions, I argue against the view that the AP affix is nominal. The fact that the transitivizing and the antipassive affixes in a number of verbs are in complementary distribution, leads me to conclude that they both realize a light verb, transitivizing v, one on the ERG-NOM pattern, the other on ...
    • The acquisition of past tense in English/Norwegian bilingual children single versus dual mechanisms 

      Jensvoll, Maja Henriette (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      In a study of three Norwegian/English bilingual siblings, their strategies for acquiring past tense of verbs in both languages were examined. Elicitation tests were performed in both languages and the children’s performance and error patterns were examined. These results were then compared to data from monolingual English and Norwegian speaking children. The results are discussed within the framework ...
    • Dialectal variation in Norwegian imperatives 

      Rice, Curt (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      This article discusses the formation of imperatives in Norwegian. It focuses on the cases in which phonological well-formedness requirements interfere with imperative formation. Several attested solutions are presented and receive an optimality theoretic analysis. Some speakers invoke a purely phonological solution, e.g. sonorant devoicing. Others borrow from elsewhere in the paradigm, e.g. taking ...
    • Quirky n-words in Polish. NPIs, negative quantifiers or neither? 

      Jablonska, Patrycja (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      The present paper investigates the contexts in which the so-called n-words - the items which are taken to be Negative Polarity Items in Slavic languages - unexpectedly occur without a licensing negation marker on the verb. This particular usage of n-words seems to point towards an ambiguous behaviour of the items in question: in an antimorphic contexts they are NPIs; otherwise they are negative ...
    • Former for flukt. En lesning av Oddmund Hagens 90-tallsprosa 

      Lundberg, Liv (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
    • Natur og lyrikk hos Theodor Caspari 

      Egeberg, Erik (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
    • On Scandinavian translations of B. Akunin 

      Komarova, Olga (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      The name of B. Akunin appeared on the Russian literary market five years ago. The author Grigory Tkhartishvili, a well-known man of letters, translator and a connoisseur of Japanese language and culture, is now known all over the world, and translations of his novels are widely available, including in Norway and Sweden. His novels are out of the ordinary not only as detective stories but also ...
    • V-to-I movement in the absence of morphological cues: Evidence from adult and child Northern Norwegian 

      Bentzen, Kristine (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      Several people have pointed out that there seems to be a close correlation between inflectional morphology and verb movement (see e.g. Kosmeijer 1986, Holmberg & Platzack 1988). The nature of this correlation has been claimed to go in both directions. Vikner (1994, 1995) and Rohrbacher (1999) have both suggested that the verb can only move to an inflectional head if the morphology is rich enough. ...
    • Relexification in a Northern Norwegian dialect? 

      Sollid, Hilde (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      This paper explores how the process of relexification can contribute to the understanding of the genesis of the new Norwegian dialect of Sappen in Nordreisa. The dialect has emerged in the context of language shift from Finnish to Norwegian, and the dialect syntax has features that might be regarded as products of relexification. One example is declarative main clauses with the finite verb in the ...
    • Double definiteness in Scandinavian 

      Julien, Marit (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel, 2003)
      In the so-called 'double definiteness' varieties of Scandinavian (Norwegian, Swedish, and Faroese), a definite nominal phrase that contains no adjective or numeral has a suffixed article but no prenominal determiner. But if there are adjectives or numerals in a definite nominal phrase, the suffixed article co-occurs with a prenominal determiner. In my analysis, this pattern is related to the requirement ...