Nez Perce embedded indexicals

In H. Greene (ed.), Semantics of Under-represented Languages in the Americas. GLSA (forthcoming)

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Amy Rose Deal
University of California, Santa Cruz
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The Nez Perce counterparts of `I', `you', and `here' show "shifty" behavior in attitude reports. I argue that this is not the result of mixed quotation or binding, and should be analyzed via Anand and Nevins-style context shift with Kaplanian monsters.
Keywords indexical  context shift  monsters  de  location  Kaplan
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