Slovosled pronominálního enklitika mi závislého na verbu finitu v Bibli benátské

Title in English The Word Order of a Pronominal Enclitic mi Dependent on a Finite Verb in the Venetian Bible
Authors

KOSEK Pavel ČECH Radek NAVRÁTILOVÁ Olga

Year of publication 2020
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference Wyraz i zdanie w językach słowiańskich. Monografia II
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Citation
Keywords enclitic; clitic third; historical development of Czech; Venetian Kralice Bible; quantitative linguistics
Description The paper deals with the word order of the Czech 1. Ps Sg pronominal dative enclitic mi ‘to me’ dependent on a finite verb; the source is the Bible benátská (1506), concretely four books of the Old Testament and four books of the New Testament: Genesis, Job, Sirach, Isaiah, Matthew, Luke, of the Apostles, Revelation of St. John. The study focuses on the distribution of word order positions of the enclitic mi, in particular we look at the a. Post-initial position, b. Contact position, c. Medial isolated position. We analyze this phenomenon from diachronic perspective, therefore, we compare the position of the enclitic in the Venetian Bible with the previous and subsequent Bibles, Olomoucká bible (1417) and Kralická bible (1579–1594), respectively. In addition, the influence of the length of the initial phrase on the distribution of post-initial and non-post-initial positions of the enclitic mi is analysed quantitatively.
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