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AbstractFRITS BEUKEMA “The Meeting Ground of syntax and Pragmatics” FERNANDO CEREZAL “Lenguaje y discriminación genérica en libros de texto de inglés” CELESTINO DELEYTO “Irony and Ambiguity in the Narrator of A Letter to Three Wives” JOSÉ ANGEL GARCÍA LANDA “Authorial Intention in Literary Hermeneutics: On Two American Theories” LUIS MIGUEL GARCÍA MAINAR “Kubrick’s Doctor Strangelove: The Logic of Spectacle” LUCIA GRAVES “The Poetry of Robert Graves from the War to The White Goddess” JOSÉ MATEO MARTÍNEZ “Algunas claves lingüísticas y pragmáticas en la evolución de los pronombres de segunda persona en inglés: su uso en Henry iv (Part I) y Sons and Lovers” CARMEN OLIVARES “Colisiones terminológicas” JESÚS M. SÁNCHEZ GARCÍA “Clausal and Cohesive Text-Forming Devices in Shakespeare’s Sonnet 20”
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