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Journal Title: Revue Romane
Volume/Issue:   48/2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: 2013. iv, 167 pp.

Table of Contents

203 – 205

Articles linguistiques

L’ironie, la litote et l’hyperbole dans les chroniques humoristiques du journal Le Monde
María Dolores Vivero García
207 – 220

Relative indirette libere e causali indirette libere nella narrativa italiana ottocentesca: Due subordinate per l’eclissi del narratore
Riccardo Cimaglia
221 – 253

Apposition détachée ou liée ?: Etude contrastive français-suédois sur des combinaisons de Npr et de Nc
Karin Lindqvist
254 – 283

La réciprocité dans les langues romanes anciennes: Le français et le portugais. Scénarios de grammaticalisation
Mikołaj Nkollo
284 – 306

Articles littéraires

Árboles : Teresa de la Parra, María Luisa Bombal y Elena Garro: El símbolo y su tratamiento
Jasmine Ramić
307 – 327

La copla andaluza y los poetas: Del fin de siglo a los años treinta
Miguel Ángel García
328 – 353

Comptes rendus

Magnus Ulleland: Studi di italiano antico
Recensione di Verner Egerland
355 – 357

Hans Lauge Hansen y Juan Carlos Cruz Suárez (Eds.): La Memoria Novelada
Reseña de Katrine Helene Andersen
358 – 360

Kirsten Jeppesen Kragh 2010. Le remplacement de l’imparfait du subjonctif par le présent du subjonctif considéré dans une perspective de grammaticalisation
Compte rendu par Hans Petter Helland
361 – 367

Numeri per parlare. Da ‘quattro chiacchiere’ a ‘grazie mille’, di Carla Bazzanella in collaborazione con Rosa Pugliese e Ering Strudsholm, Gius.
Recensione di Camilla Bettoni
368 – 369
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Historical Linguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Ling & Literature
Subject Language(s): French
French, Old
Language Family(ies): Romance
LL Issue: 25.43