[Lingtyp] Term for “non-pronominal anaphora"

Christian Lehmann christian.lehmann at uni-erfurt.de
Tue Jun 1 15:34:09 EDT 2021


Dear Martin,

I think 'endophora' is the cover term that you want. I have always 
thought that 'anaphora' in the generic sense is just a convenient 
shorthand for the much rarer 'endophora'. If you want to be precise, 
then 'anaphora', given the meaning of Greek /aná/, can only have the 
specific sense in which it contrasts with cataphora.

Best, Christian
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