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LINGUIST List 18.3159

Sun Oct 28 2007

Qs: The Language of Written Interviews

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        1.    Gloria Cappelli, The Language of Written Interviews


Message 1: The Language of Written Interviews
Date: 25-Oct-2007
From: Gloria Cappelli <newslettergloriacappelli.it>
Subject: The Language of Written Interviews
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Dear Colleagues,

Can somebody recommend some article or book on the language of written
interviews (biographical or literary interviews in magazines, newspapers,
etc.)?
There seems to be a wealth of material on political interviews and on TV
interviews, but I haven’t been able to find anything specific on the
linguistic features of written interviews.

Thank you for your help.

Kind regards,

Gloria Cappelli

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis



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