|Title||Word Order, Focus, and Topic in Haida|
|Description:||Ts. Published paper off-print. Basic word order in Haida has not yet been thoroughly described. One cannot discuss word order without at the same time taking note of animacy and of focused and topicalized constituents. One section of this article is devoted to word order and the rest of the article is a discussion of topic and focus.
|Citation||IJAL, vol.52, no.2, April 1986, pp.91-123|
Enrico, John (author)
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