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Atkan Aleut “unclitic” pronouns and definiteness

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Abstract

Atkan Aleut has non-subject pronominals that are attracted to a position just before the verb but do not fuse with it. This clitic like behavior, termed <sc>unclitic</sc>, is modeled using a version of the automodular or autolexical analysis proposed by Sadock (1991). The unclitic pattern is proposed as the explanation for a set of apparent counterexamples in the puzzling word-order-and-&#8216;definiteness&#8217; paradigms first presented by Bergsland &#38; Dirks (1981: 31&#8211;33) and commented on by Fortescue (1987), Leer (1988), and Sadock (2009)

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