Configurational change in Indo-European coordinate constructions by Moreno Mitrovic, IN. Word Order Change (2018).
This chapter investigates the word order change in Indo-European coordinate construction: in one type, the coordinator occupies the peninitial (enclitic in second) position, and in the other the coordinator is initially placed between any two, or more, coordinands, as the minimal representative pair from Homeric Greek shows.
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