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Fri Jun 14 2002

TOC: Studia Neophilologica, Vol.74 No.1

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Message 1: Studia Neophilologica - New Issue Alert

Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2002 04:22:28 "GMT"
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Subject: Studia Neophilologica - New Issue Alert

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The Indefinites Some and Any in Linguistic Theory and Actual Usage	
p. 1	
Bengt Jacobsson

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Word Order in Different Text Types in Early Modern English	
p. 15	
Bjorg Baekken

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Extraposed Subjects vs. Postverbal Complements: On the So-Called
Obligatory Extraposition	
p. 30	
Aimo Seppanen, Jennifer Herriman

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A War of Containment: The Heroic Image in The Battle of Maldon	
p. 60	
Michael Matto

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Zur syntaktischen Densitt in deutschen und schwedischen
Sachtexten. Eine kontrastive Studie zum Adjektivsuffix - bar	
p. 76	
Gunnar Magnusson

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"Aus eigener Erfindung hinzugetan": Zu Kleists Konzept von
Intertextualitat avant la lettre	
p. 98	
Gernot Muller

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Quelques remarques sur la patience et la prudence dans L'
Heptamron de Marguerite de Navarre (A propos des Nouvelles 35
et 36)	
p. 113	
Ian Morrison

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Review Articles	
p. 121	
Lars-Gunnar Larsson

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p. 126	

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