UCLA Slavic Studies no. 6
A group of connected essays which study the phenomenon in both its diachronic and synchronic states.
2. The Anaphoric Pronoun Genitive-Accusative
3. Other Pronouns
4. The Genitive-Accusative in the History of Noun and Adjective Declension
5. Conditions on the Genitive-Accusative: Correlations with Case Marking
6. Animacy: The Genitive-Accusative in Russian Gender Bibliography: Conventions and Abbreviations, Primary Source Materials, Secondary Literature.
"...there is no doubt that the views expressed in this careful and meticulous work deserve close attention by Slavic philologists and linguists alike." (SR) "...through its insights on many points this book is an important contribution to Slavic linguistics in general." (CSP)