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The noun phrase
A Szabolcsi
The Syntactic Structure of Hungarian, ed. Kiefer and Kiss, 179-274, 1994
10731994
The possessor that ran away from home
A Szabolcsi
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 3 (1), 89-102, 1983
8981983
Verbal complexes
HJ Koopman, A Szabolcsi
MIT Press, 2000
8182000
Strategies for scope taking
A Szabolcsi
Ways of scope taking, 109-154, 1997
5101997
Linguistics: An introduction to linguistic theory
B Hayes, S Curtiss, A Szabolcsi, T Stowell, E Stabler, D Sportiche, ...
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
4992013
Weak islands and an algebraic semantics for scope taking
A Szabolcsi, F Zwarts
Natural language semantics 1 (3), 235-284, 1993
4981993
Functional categories in the noun phrase
A Szabolcsi
4951987
The semantics of topic-focus articulation
A Szabolcsi
4481981
Positive polarity–negative polarity
A Szabolcsi
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 22 (2), 409-452, 2004
4252004
Quantification
A Szabolcsi
Cambridge University Press, 2010
3432010
Ways of scope taking
A Szabolcsi
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
2962012
Strong vs. weak islands
A Szabolcsi
The Blackwell companion to syntax, 479-531, 2006
267*2006
Comparative superlatives
A Szabolcsi
2591986
Bound variables in syntax (are there any?)
A Szabolcsi
Proceedings of the Sixth Amsterdam Colloquium, 1987
2071987
The possessive construction in Hungarian: A configurational category in a non-configurational language
A Szabolcsi
Acta Linguistica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 31 (1/4), 261-289, 1981
1941981
Compositionality in focus
A Szabolcsi
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 15 (1-2), 141-162, 1981
1751981
From the definiteness effect to lexical integrity
A Szabolcsi
Topic, focus, and configurationality, 321-348, 1986
1521986
All quantifiers are not equal: The case of focus
A Szabolcsi
Acta Linguistica Hungarian 42 (3-4), 171-187, 1994
1421994
What do quantifier particles do?
A Szabolcsi
Linguistics and Philosophy 38 (2), 159-204, 2015
1362015
Overt nominative subjects in infinitival complements cross-linguistically: Data, diagnostics, and preliminary analyses
A Szabolcsi
NYU WPL Papers in syntax, http://linguistics.as.nyu.edu/object/linguistics …, 2009
126*2009
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