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Journal Title: Revue Romane
Volume/Issue:   48/1
Date: 27/06/2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iv, 202 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles linguistiques

Camino, Base y Manera en español y sueco: Un estudio contrastivo
Alejandra Donoso 1 – 31

Tu lui les as donnés ?: Variation dans l’ordre des pronoms multiples en phrases déclaratives
Anne Violin-Wigent 32 – 50

Anaphore associative et anaphore possessive: Quelles différences pour les relations de cohérence ?
Mathilde Salles 51 – 78

Articles littéraires

El humo dormido, de Gabriel Miró
Guillermo Laín Corona 79 – 99

Estudio y edición de El infierno de Jacinto Alonso Maluenda
Joan Mahiques Climent 100 – 118

Poétique de la rupture spectrale: Hantise et ressassement
R.-L. Etienne Barnett 119 – 130

À propos de l’écriture catholicisante dans l’œuvre de Strindberg: Quelques réflexions sur l’emprunt culturel
Mickaëlle Cedergren 131 – 146

Les Souffrances du jeune Werther de Goethe comme réponse à La Nouvelle Héloïse de Rousseau: Analyse du concept d’« expérience esthétique » suivie d’un essai d’application de Hans Robert Jauss
Sarah Alharbi 147 – 161

Mélange

Manière de faire et manière d’être: À la mode de (SN) vs à la mode
Estelle Moline 163 – 182

Comptes rendus

Jan Lindschouw, Étude des modes dans le système concessif en français du 16e au 20e siècle et en espagnol moderne. Évolution, assertion et grammaticalisation
Recensione di Marco Mazzoleni 183 – 186

Pol Popovic Karic & Fidel Chávez Pérez. Mario Vargas Llosa. Perspectivas críticas
Reseña de Claudio Cifuentes-Aldunate 187 – 190

Giuseppe Nencioni, Perchè lavorare? Ideologie del lavoro nella letteratura italiana del secondo Ottocento
Recensione di David Lebovitch Dahl 191 – 192

Sofia Wastesson (2010) : L’atténuation en traduction. Etude traductologique des marqueurs de probabilité en français et en suédois
Compte rendu par Merete Birkelund 193 – 198

Nigel Armstrong & Tim Pooley (2010) : Social and Linguistic Change in European French
Compte rendu par Anita Berit Hansen 199 – 202
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Historical Linguistics
Syntax
Translation
Ling & Literature
Subject Language(s): French
Spanish
Swedish
 
LL Issue: 24.2746