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Title: The Bulgarian Noun Phrase
Authors: Arnaudova, Olga
Keywords: Indo-European Languages
Balto-Slavic Languages
Slavic Languages
Bulgarian
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: University of Ottawa
Abstract: The purpose of this thesis is to examine the structure of the noun phrase in Bulgarian on the basis of the innovative research analysis of NP (DP) and IP during the last few years that has been applied to English and Romance. The general framework I will adopt is that of Government and Binding and the Minimalist Program developed in Chomsky, 1993. On the one hand, the Bulgarian Noun Phrase shares some of the properties of the English Noun Phrase, with the adjectives appearing before the noun, and on the other hand it resembles the Romance Noun Phrase with its strong agreement features.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11707/2931
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