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Atemporlaity is mentioned by many linguists, but I am not aware of a monograph that will treat different sides of this phenomenon in language and text. I am interested in research and publications on (1) the lack of one of three types of temporal relation (anteriority, simultaneity, posteriority) between ET and RT; (2) lack of an explicit ST reference in context; (3) lack of an explicit RT in context in different languages and discourse modes, including poetic language.