Volume 19 (1998)
AbstractARTICLES JUAN CARLOS ACUÑA FARIÑA“The Functional Motivations of Complement That-Clauses” FRANCISCO COLLADO RODRÍGUEZ and SERGIO A. SALVADOR SEBASTIÁN“Post-Human: The Cultural Limits of ‘Cyberpunk’ (including an electronic conversation with Bruce Sterling, and his own selected list of cyberpunk readings)” CELESTINO DELEYTO ALCALÁ“‘They Lived Happily Ever After’: Ending Contemporary Romantic Comedy” MARÍA JESÚS HERNÁEZ LERENA“Modulación de mundos imaginarios a través de dos técnicas de presentación del tiempo en Dance of the Happy Shades” ROSA LORÉS SANZ“The Applicability of Linguistic Politeness Studies to Translation: A Case Study” JAVIER MARTÍN ARISTA“Beyond Coding and Control: Leakage, Categorization and Blocking in the Definition of the English Subject” IGNACIO M. PALACIOS MARTÍNEZ“Some Insights into the Teaching of Translation” ELENA SEOANE POSSE“The Passive as a Style Marker in Early Modern English: Evidence from the Helsinki Corpus” ELISA VÁZQUEZ IGLESIAS“Anaphora in the Interlanguage of Spanish Learners of English” DAVID WALTON“Theme-antics and the The-eerie Class: CrWit(t)icism in wRap” REJOINDER: ANGELA DOWNING“A Brief Comment on “Theme: Topic or Discourse Framework?”“ REVIEWS ALFRED ARTEAGAChicano Poetics: Heterotexts and Hybridities (by Ana Manzanas Calvo) KRISTIN BLUEMELExperimenting on the Borders of Modernism: Dorothy Richardson’s Pilgrimage (by María Francisca Llantada Díaz) PETER WILLIAM EVANS and CELESTINO DELEYTO, EDS.Terms of Endearment: Hollywood Romantic Comedy of the 1980s and 1990s (by Manuela Ruiz Pardos) THOMAS HERMANN““Quite a Little about Painters”: Art and Artists in Hemingway’s Life and Work” (by Beatriz Penas Ibáñez) GIAMBATTISTA VICOThe Art of Rhetoric (Institutiones Oratoriae, 1711-1741) (by José Ángel García Landa) MAR VIDALLa prensa en los orígenes de la enseñanza del español en los Estados Unidos (1823-1833) (by Leo Hickey) CARLOS VILLAR FLORPersonaje y caracterización en las novelas de Evelyn Waugh (by Carlos Javier Morales)
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