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The Loss of Grammatical Gender and Case Features Between Old and Early Middle English: Its Impact on Simple Demonstratives and Topic Shift

conditions , 161–178. Berlin: Mouton. DOI: 10.1515/9783110885170.161 Millar, Robert McColl. 2000. System collapse - system rebirth: The demonstrative pronouns of English 900-1350 and the rise of the definite article . Bern: Peter Lang AG. Moro, Andrea. 2008. The boundaries of Babel: The brain and the enigma of impossible languages . Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press. DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/97 Neeleman, Ad & Fred Weerman. 2001. Flexible syntax: A theory of case and arguments . Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publisher. Nevins, Andrew. 2004. Derivations

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