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AbstractARTICLES JOSÉ ANTONIO ÁLVAREZ AMORÓS “Ciclos creativos en la poesía de James Joyce” MARTA CARRETERO “The Role of Epistemic Modality in English Politeness Strategies” ANA MARÍA HORNERO CORISCO “A Vision of Hell in Ancrene Wisse and Sawles Warde” LUIS DE JUAN HATCHARD “Refunctionalising the Past: Salman Rushdie’s rewriting of eighteenth-century novelistic conventions in Midnight’s Children” ANA CRISTINA LAHUERTA “Estudio experimental sobre el efecto de tres componentes de conocimiento previo en la lectura de textos ingleses por estudiantes de inglés como lengua segunda” JAVIER MARTÍN ARISTA“How to Provide Functional Grammar with Typological-Diachronic Adequacy” BEATRIZ PENAS IBÁÑEZ “Reading Wallace Stevens in Plato’s Light” MARTA PÉREZ NOVALES “’I am the Androgyne’: Reflections on Gender and language in the Poetry of Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton and Adrienne Rich” FRANCISCO JAVIER TORRES RIBELLES “Metodología semántica de análisis de textos literarios” REVIEWS Text-Culture-Reception: Cross-Cultural Aspects of English Studies. Ed. Rüdiger Ahrens and Heinz Antor
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