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Like other Slavic languages, Bulgarian lacked a definite article in its earlier stages. Unlike them, it has one today.The book formulates the rules that govern the use of articles and other markers of (in)definiteness in Modern Standard Bulgarian in comparison with the seventeenth century, and constructs a model of transition from the older system to the modern one, a model which is then evaluated against broader historical and dialect data and placed in a Balkan and general Slavic context.…mehr

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Like other Slavic languages, Bulgarian lacked a definite article in its earlier stages. Unlike them, it has one today.The book formulates the rules that govern the use of articles and other markers of (in)definiteness in Modern Standard Bulgarian in comparison with the seventeenth century, and constructs a model of transition from the older system to the modern one, a model which is then evaluated against broader historical and dialect data and placed in a Balkan and general Slavic context.

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  • Verlag: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 483
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25. September 2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783110198898
  • Artikelnr.: 44649759
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Olga M. Mladenova, University of Calgary, Canada.

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"All in all, Mladenova's book is not only an important contribution to our understanding of definiteness, but also has broadened our horizons on the topic in general, and has given some important insights about the diachronic perspective as well as elucidated phenomena having been viewed as unrelated, namely, the lack of the definite article in the majority of Slavic languages and its preservation and re-building in the Balkan area."
Lilia Schuercks in: Slavic and East European Journal 53.1/2009