|Title||Movement and Anaphora in Haida|
|Description:||"This paper is the result of an investigation into
focusing in Haida. Before this had been carried very far,
the distinction between focusing and topicalization emerged,
and that in turn led to the realization that focusing, but
not topicalization is (in a certain syntactic framework)
a movement rule. This then led to the comparison of the
result of focusing with constraints on anaphora in Haida."
Enrico, John (author)
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