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3.5. Bibliographical notes
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This chapter has profited much from the seminal work on verb alternations in Levin (1993), and Levin & Rappaport (1995), as well as the research survey in Levin & Rappaport (2005). Although there is a great deal of (older and newer) work on incidental cases of verb alternations like passive, dative shift, and, to a lesser extent, middle formation, similar reference works are not available for Dutch, although Van Hout (1996:ch.2) provides an overview of a number of common cases.

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References:
  • Hout, Angeliek van1996Event semantics of verb frame alternations: a case study of Dutch and its acquisitionTilburgTilburg UniversityThesis
  • Levin, Beth1993English verb classes and alternationsChicago/LondonUniversity of Chicago Press
  • Levin, Beth & Rappaport Hovav, Malka1995Unaccusativity at the syntax-lexical semantics interfaceCambridge, MA/LondonMIT Press
  • Levin, Beth & Rappaport Hovav, Malka2005Argument realizationCambridge/New YorkCambridge University Press
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