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Monomodal and multimodal instantiations of conceptual metaphors of Brexit

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Linguo-cognitive and pragmatic features of the prosodic organization of English parables

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Intermediality and polymorphism of narratives in the Gothic tradition

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Religious ideologemes in transition: A residue of theological virtues in the emotionalist ethics of Victorian novels

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Meta-parody in contemporary Russian media: viewpoint blending behind Dmitry Bykov’s 2009 poem “Infectious”

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The conceptual and semantic shift of “noble” and its synonyms as a case of semiosis

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