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This paper discusses the use of predicative complements in English and in Spanish. These complements are defined as phrases which identify a semantic quality of the subject or the direct object of the clause. Current predicatives are those expressing a quality previous to the action denoted by the verb, while resulting predicatives denote a quality derived from the verbal process. Broadly speaking, current predicatives appear both in English and in Spanish with similar syntactic features. On the other hand, resulting predicatives, and, in particular, those which are not obligatory complements, are common to English syntax but rare in Spanish.
This paper offers a contrastive analysis of the identifiers same and mismo. It begins with a discussion of the morphological and distributional features that characterize them and distinguish one from the other. The Spanish adjective has more flexibility of distribution than the English one. The notion of identification is carefully explained, defined and differentiated from that of equality or likeness. Same and mismo are the terms mostly used to express the idea of identification and, therefore, they are syntactically and semantically analysed in detail. They are compared with words of similar meaning such as like/como, equal/igual, identical/idéntico and distinguished from them. Finally, the nominalization of the two adjectives, same and mismo, is also discussed and contrasted. The greatest difference between the two substantivized ...
This paper is concerned with the analysis of sentences with extraposed relative clauses. This transformation is studied within the framework of GB syntax. Extraposition, as a case of «move a,» must not violate any of the principles forming the subtheories of Universal Grammar. Special attention will be paid to the Subjacency Condition and the problem of where the extraposed clause moves to. Movement rules leave traces which have to be licensed by the principles too. The value chosen in English and Spanish of the pro-drop parameter can explain why extraposition takes place in some sentences, and also why this transformation seldom occurs in Spanish.
Una síntesis de los resultados de esta investigación fue presentada en el II Encuentro sobre coordinación sociosanitaria desde la perspectiva del Trabajo Social, celebrado en Alicante el 11 y 12 de noviembre de 2004.
This article looks at the way nature appears in Alastor, Childe Harold and Endymion. We have tried to look for both the similarities and the differences that exist in these poems in relation to nature. First, we have dealt with Shelley's poem, in which we have noticed the poet's love for nature and its contemplation. Then we analyse Byron's feelings about nature in Childe Harold, and we have a close look at the development in the way nature is treated through the different cantos. We also pay special attention to some of the characteristics Alastor and Childe Harold have in common, such as a kind of pantheistic feeling for nature that goes back to Spinoza and Plato. Finally, we study how nature is seen through Keat's imagination in Endymion.
Una primera versión de este artículo se presentó en el Seminario "El estudio de la sociabilidad en España, Francia e Italia: líneas de investigación y nuevas perspectivas", que tuvo lugar en la Universidad de Valladolid en noviembre de 2003.
El proceso represivo experimentado por la sociedad guipuzcoana entre 1936 y 1945 supuso una ruptura de la convivencia en un espacio que se había caracterizado por su moderación política a lo largo de la II República. Por este motivo, en el texto, se trata de analizar los distintos tipos de violencia que se produjeron en el territorio tratando de poner de manifiesto las características de cada uno de ellos, su incidencia geográfica y social sin perder de vista el aspecto cuantitativo. Del mismo modo se ponen de manifiesto, a la luz de nuevas fuentes, procesos poco conocidos como el de la represión del clero guipuzcoano o la depuración de la Enseñanza Secundaria entre otros.
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