References: clefts

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Belletti, A. (2008). The CP of clefts. Rivista di Grammatica Generativa, vol. 33 (2008), p. 191-204.

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Declerck, R. (1983). Predicational clefts. Lingua61(1), 9-45.

Den Dikken, M. (2013). Predication and specification in the syntax of cleft sentences. Cleft structures, ed. Katharina Hartmann and Tonjes Veenstra, 35-70.

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Sleeman, P. (2013). Italian clefts and the licensing of infinitival subject relatives. Cleft Structures208, 319.