Editor for this issue: Kevin Burrows
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I am studying for Phd in Linguistics and my field of research is the linguistic study of the text and discourse, text categories and ect. The title of my research paper is Tropes and Figures of Speech and their Text Forming Function.
I would appreciate if you could share with me some books from the internet libraries regarding my topic. In my city there are only Russian linguistic texts, and I would like to learn the point of view of the other linguists.
Thank you very much and sorry for the inconvenience caused.