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Introduction: This widespread construction has its place in most grammars of the language, and it is studied in depth by Urien (1989 a, b) and Hendrick (1988). There is an anologue in Irish, McCloskey and Sells (1988), Ó Baoill and Maki (2007), and others perhaps farther afield, Doron and Heycock (1999). Yet, if it is truly a double subject construction rather than a more commonplace one such as dislocation, it corresponds to nothing in English or French, and theories of their syntax are designed to block it. Thus its linguistic interest.
- Doron, Edit, and Caroline Heycock. 1999. 'Filling and licensing multiple specifiers', David Adger, Susan Pintzuk, Bernadette Plunkett, and George Tsoulas (éds.), Specifiers: Minimalist approaches, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 69-89.
- McCloskey, James, and Peter Sells. 1988. 'Control and A-chains in Modern Irish', Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 6: 143-189.
- Ó Baoill, Dónall, and Hideki Maki. 2007. 'A Paradox in Interaction of A and A' Chain Formation in Modern Irish', Paper presented at the Fifth Celtic Linguistic Conference, Plas Gregynog, September 7-9, 2007.