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Communication Accommodation Theory

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Query:   Discourse Initial 'And'
Author:  George Huttar
Submitter Email:  click here to access email
Linguistic LingField(s):   Discourse Analysis

Summary:   IN LINGUISTLIST 14.1163, 22 APRIL 2003, I POSTED A SUMMARY TO THIS QUERY.

I AM NOW ADDING THAT THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE, BASED IN PART ON LINGUISTLIST
MEMBERS' RESPONSES, WAS PUBLISHED (DESPITE ITS OFFICIAL DATE GIVEN BELOW)
IN JULY 2004:

HUTTAR,CHARLES A. 2002. INTRODUCTORY AND AS A DEVICE IN POETRY-MAKING.
PHILOLOGICAL QUARTERLY 81.139-157.

LINGUISTLIST READERS MAY BE PARTICULARLY INTERESTED IN THE USE MADE OF
NOTIONS FROM SPERBER, WILSON, BLAKEMORE, AND NOH.

GEORGE HUTTAR

LL Issue: 16.569
Date Posted: 24-Feb-2005
Original Query: Read original query