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Journal Title: Revue Romane
Volume/Issue:   47/1
Issue Title: Revue Romane Vol. 47, No. 1 (2012)
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 2012. iv, 188 pp.

Table of Contents

Acusativo y dativo en la construcción factitiva: Hacia un replanteamiento en términos multifactoriales
Renata Enghels
1–24

Itération et agglomérats de procès
Laurent Gosselin
25–48

Une analyse en miroir de deux semi-copules évidentielles : s’avérer et se révéler
Els Tobback et Peter Lauwers
49–75

O modo verbal em expressões impessoais com o verbo ser
Rainer Vesterinen
76–97

Elena Martín Vivaldi: Una propuesta de “literatura ganada” para la literatura infantil y juvenil
María Rosal
99–110

La crisis de las ciencias y la existencia novelística en Unamuno
Katrine Helene Andersen
111–130

Da un metagrido a un grido: Un esempio di riscrittura nell’opera di Erri De Luca
Carla Cariboni Killander
131–143

Linguistique de l’événement mescalinien chez Henri Michaux
Dominique Legallois
144–159

La découverte d’un mot et de son étymologie: Le lat. clivus en roumain et dans les patois ukrainiens carpatiques
Dragoş Moldovanu
161–179

Ivanna Rosi, Le maschere di Chateaubriand. Libertà e vincoli dell’autorappresentazione.
181–183

Nikolaj Lübecker: Community, Myth and Recognition in Twentieth Century French Literature and Thought
Compte rendu par Steen Bille Jørgensen
184–188
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Semantics
Syntax
Ling & Literature
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Albanian, Arbëreshë
Albanian, Arvanitika
Albanian, Tosk
Albanian, Gheg
French
Italian
Portuguese
Romansh
Romanian
Spanish
Language Family(ies): Romance
 
LL Issue: 23.3126