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Open Access Switches between Direct and Indirect Speech in Ancient Greek

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Switches between Direct and Indirect Speech in Ancient Greek

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I propose a uni ied semantic analysis of two phenomena characteristic of ancient Greek speech reporting, (i) the unmarked switching between direct and indirect discourse, and (ii) the use of οτι ('that') as a quotation introduction. I accommodate these phenomena in a formal semantic framework, where both can be modeled uniformly as instances of mixed quotation.

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2012-07-01
2016-12-03

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