The Anaphor Agreement Effect and Georgian Anaphors
Standard Binding Theory does not give a straightforward account for the subject anaphor gap. Rizzi's (1990) Anaphor Agreement Effect and its modified version (Woolford 1999) were designed to account for that gap. The paper deals with Georgian anaphors representing counterexamples for both versions of the Anaphor Agreement Effect. It argues that the explanation for the presence of subject anaphors in Georgian can be given neither within Reinhart and Reuland's (1993) "Reflexivity" framework as it was previously suggested in Anagnostopoulou and Everaert (1999) and Everaert (2001) for Greek and Georgian. In fact there is more than only the internal structure of anaphors and the related anaphoric properties responsible for the existence of subject anaphors.