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Journal Title: Language and Dialogue
Volume/Issue:   3 / 1
Issue Title: Special Issue: Literary Linguistics
Date: 18/06/2013
Table of Contents: 2013. v, 163 pp.

Table of Contents

Preface
Anja Müller-Wood 1 – 5

Articles

Negotiating narrative: Dialogic dynamics of Known, Unknown and Believed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Gill Philip, Ramona Bongelli, Carla Canestrari, Ilaria Riccioni and Andrzej Zuczkowski 7 – 33

Politeness and social utopia in Friedrich Schiller’s Wilhelm Tell
Christel Björkstrand 34 – 55

Towards a lexicogrammatical pattern in Swedish crime novels
Marie-Christine Klös 56 – 70

Orienting the reader: Discourse strategies for conversing about spatial information in George Orwell’s Burmese Days
Marla Perkins 71 – 92

Semantic variations of the French verb voir and the discourse system in Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s Rigodon
Clara Ubaldina Lorda 93 – 107

How to distinguish hypothetical from actual speech in fiction: Testing the typicality hypothesis
Laura Karttunen 108 – 128

The dialogics of metaphor and simile in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Last September
Julia Kind 129 – 146

Words between reality and fiction
Edda Weigand 147 – 163
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Ling & Literature
 
LL Issue: 24.2774