In this paper I will present a class of sentences that certain syntactic rules of English would be expected to produce, but which are ungrammatical. These sentences all involve the raising of a sentential NP and the subsequent application of some syntactic rule fo that sentential NP. To explain the ungrammaticality of these sentences, I propose a constraint called the Antigone Constraint, which prohibits two-storey rules from applying to clauses which have been raised.
Tuggy, David H.
"The Antigone Constraint,"
Work Papers of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, University of North Dakota Session: Vol. 24, Article 2.
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