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Title: Anti-freezing and peeling
Authors: Wiland, Bartosz
Keywords: freezing condition
peeling
extraction
stranding
acceptability
wh-movement
left branch extraction
Issue Date: 23-Oct-2018
Publisher: GLSA Publications, Univwrsity of Massachusetts Amherst
Citation: Proceedings of NELS 48, eds. S. Hucklebridge, M. Nelson. Amherst, MA: GLSA Publications (2018), 235-244.
Abstract: This short paper shows that in certain grammatical environments acceptability of extractions from fronted constituents in Polish is at a similar level as acceptability of the variants involving pied-piping. This suggests that the Freezing Condition, a procedural ban on movement out of a moved constituent, is too coarse. Such a result opens up the possibility for the so-called 'peeling derivations' to be in principle legal.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/24093
ISBN: 978-1727605822
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