A Non-Canonical Pattern of Deponency and Its Implications
In this paper, I propose a conception of canonical deponency in language; I then demonstrate that instances of canonical deponency are susceptible to two very different analyses; I then examine a particular pattern of non-canonical deponency and its implications for choosing between the contrasting analyses to which canonical deponency is subject.
Stump, Gregory, "A Non-Canonical Pattern of Deponency and Its Implications" (2007). Linguistics Faculty Publications. 35.