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Règles syntactico-sémantiques de la continuité référentielle : fréquence d'application à la traduction de Premierfait du Decameron de Boccace.

Abstract : In Middle French, the referential continuity and the choice of anaphoric expressions in the anaphoric chain - nominal, pronominal forms or zero anaphora supported by verbal morphology - are determined, in narrative and discourse, by five syntacticalsemantic rules : one, of "referential competition", three, "valentiello-référentielles" and one, "synctactico-valentielle". This study examines their frequency of application on a Middle French prose translation, namely that of Boccaccio's Decameron translated by L. de Premierfait (1411-1414), which may allow us to observe the influence the source language has on its medieval translation.
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Estèle Dupuy. Règles syntactico-sémantiques de la continuité référentielle : fréquence d'application à la traduction de Premierfait du Decameron de Boccace.. Le Moyen Français, 2008, 63, pp.45-72. ⟨10.1484/J.LMFR.1.100270⟩. ⟨halshs-00624226⟩

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