Revistas - Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses - 2005, No. 18


Revista Alicantina de Estudios Ingleses 18

Summary

"Father to my story": writing Foe, de-authorizing (De)Foe — Almagro Jiménez, Manuel

An aspect of lexicography still not fully professionalized: the search for antedatings and postdatings (with examples mostly from English and some from other languages) — Gold, David L.

Specialized bilingual dictionaries for translators (some considerations for a user-oriented approach) — Gómez González-Jover, Adelina

Linguistic imperialism: a critical study — González Fernández, Paula

The interrelation of semantic structure and syntactic variation in Old English verb classes: catalogue of syntactico-semantic constructions — González Orta, Marta

Intonation focus in the interlanguage of a group of Spanish learners of English — Gutiérrez Díez, Francisco

The manipulative power of word-formation devices in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake — López Rúa, Paula

A theoretical review of the speech act of suggesting: towards a taxonomy for its use in FLT — Martínez Flor, Alicia

What may words say, or what may words not say. A corpus-based approach to linguistic action — Martínez Vázquez, Monserrat

"What then?": poststructuralism, authorial intention and W. B. Yeats — McNamee, Brendan

On the phatic interpretation of utterances: a complementary relevance-theoretic proposal — Padilla Cruz, Manuel

Priority hierarchies in subject assignment in English: case of conflation — Rodríguez Juárez, Carolina

Charles Dickens makes fun of idiolects in Martin Chuzzlewit — Soto Vázquez, Adolfo Luis

Toni Morrison's "Love" and the trickster paradigm — Vega González, Susana

Celebrating slang and unconventional English, once again: an interview with Terry Victor — Lillo Buades, Antonio


Reviews

Clare, Janet. Drama of the English Republic 1649-1660, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002. xix-+311 pp. — González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel

Martin Rodriguez, Antonio Maria. Fuentes clásicas en ‘Titus Andronicus’ de Shakespeare, León: Universidad de León, 2003, 283 pp. — González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel

Spears Brooker, Jewel (ed.)(2004): T.S. Eliot: The Contemporary Reviews. Cambridge University Press, 600 pp. — López Ropero, María Lourdes

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Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_16-3.pdf.jpgnov-2005Spears Brooker, Jewel (ed.)(2004): T.S. Eliot: The Contemporary Reviews. Cambridge University Press, 600 pp.López Ropero, María Lourdes
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_16-2.pdf.jpgnov-2005Martin Rodriguez, Antonio Maria. Fuentes clásicas en ‘Titus Andronicus’ de Shakespeare, León: Universidad de León, 2003, 283 pp.González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_16-1.pdf.jpgnov-2005Clare, Janet. Drama of the English Republic 1649-1660, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2002. xix-+311 pp.González Fernández de Sevilla, José Manuel
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_16.pdf.jpgnov-2005ReviewsRevista alicantina de estudios ingleses
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_15.pdf.jpgnov-2005Celebrating slang and unconventional English, once again: an interview with Terry VictorLillo, Antonio
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_14.pdf.jpgnov-2005Toni Morrison's "Love" and the trickster paradigmVega González, Susana
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_13.pdf.jpgnov-2005Charles Dickens makes fun of idiolects in Martin ChuzzlewitSoto Vázquez, Adolfo Luis
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_12.pdf.jpgnov-2005Priority hierarchies in subject assignment in English: case of conflationRodríguez Juárez, Carolina
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_11.pdf.jpgnov-2005On the phatic interpretation of utterances: a complementary relevance-theoretic proposalPadilla Cruz, Manuel
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_10.pdf.jpgnov-2005"What then?": poststructuralism, authorial intention and W. B. YeatsMcNamee, Brendan
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_09.pdf.jpgnov-2005What may words say, or what may words not say. A corpus-based approach to linguistic actionMartínez Vázquez, Monserrat
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_08.pdf.jpgnov-2005A theoretical review of the speech act of suggesting: towards a taxonomy for its use in FLTMartínez Flor, Alicia
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_07.pdf.jpgnov-2005The manipulative power of word-formation devices in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and CrakeLópez Rúa, Paula
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_06.pdf.jpgnov-2005Intonation focus in the interlanguage of a group of Spanish learners of EnglishGutiérrez Díez, Francisco
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_05.pdf.jpgnov-2005The interrelation of semantic structure and syntactic variation in Old English verb classes: catalogue of syntactico-semantic constructionsGonzález Orta, Marta
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_04.pdf.jpgnov-2005Linguistic imperialism: a critical studyGonzález Fernández, Paula
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_03.pdf.jpgnov-2005Specialized bilingual dictionaries for translators (some considerations for a user-oriented approach)Gómez González-Jover, Adelina
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_02.pdf.jpgnov-2005An aspect of lexicography still not fully professionalized: the search for antedatings and postdatings (with examples mostly from English and some from other languages)Gold, David L.
Acceso abiertoRAEI_18_01.pdf.jpgnov-2005"Father to my story": writing Foe, de-authorizing (De)FoeAlmagro Jiménez, Manuel
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