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C. Herself and ONLY herself was praised by Jane. (48) a. *Herself appeared to Ruth to be a strong candidate. b. % It was HERSELF that appeared to Ruth to be a strong candidate. c. Herself and ONLY herself appeared to Ruth to be a strong candidate. (49) a. *Herself was interesting to Ruth. b. % It was HERSELF that was interesting to Ruth. c. Herself and ONLY herself was interesting to Ruth. Paradigm (50) supports (46b): (50) a. *Nadine described himself to Farouk. % b. It was HIMSELF that Nadine described to Farouk.

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C. Nadine described himself and ONLY himself to Farouk. And, finally, paradigm (51) supports (46c): (51) a. *The letters were sent to himself by Larry. % b. It was HIMSELF that the letters were sent to by Larry. c. 17 This English-internal correlation evidently supports the idea that the properties differentiating weak from strong antireflexive contexts are 16. There is a clear contrast between the paradigm in (51) and that in (i): (i) a. The letters were received from Tom/*HERSELF recently by Sandra.

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