LINGUIST List 5.1274

Fri 11 Nov 1994

TOC: Etudes de Lettres

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The latest issue (1994 n01) of ETUDES DE LETTRES the publication of the
Faculty of Letters of the University of Lausanne has appeared, and is
devoted to linguistics : "Les sciences du langage: enjeux et perspectives".
CONTENTS:
Patrick SERIOT: Preface.
Jean-Michel ADAM: Passe simple et passe compose, une opposition temporelle
ou enonciative?
Anne-Claude BERTHOUD: Paroles a propos.
Anne DUTKA: Pour une analyse linguistique du discour de la critique litteraire.
Morteza MAHMOUDIAN: Mythes et realites en semantique.
Lorenza MONDADA: Quelques enjeux d'une approche discursive des faits de langue.
Marianne KILANI-SCHOCH: Linguistique et aphasie.
Patrick SERIOT: Aux sources du structuralisme: une controverse biologique
en Russie.
Frangois ROSSET, Catherine SEYLAZ-DUBUIS: Ceci n'est pas un texte: parcours
bibliographique vers une definition du texte.
Claude SANDOZ: Une discipline carrefour: la linguistique indo-europeenne.
Chronique annuelle de la Faculte des lettres.
This issue can be ordered from ETUDES DE LETTRES, Universite de Lausanne,
BFSH2, CH-1015 LAUSANNE for the price of Frs 18.- (Swiss Francs).
E-mail: troessleulys.unil.ch
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