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Clipped Wings and the Great Abyss: Cognitive Stylistics and Implicatures in Abiezer Coppe’s ‘Prophetic’ Recantation

.2001.014 Coulson, Seana & Todd Oakley. 2003. Metonymy and conceptual blending. In Klaus-Uwe Panther & Linda L. Thornburg (eds.), Metonymy and pragmatic inferencing, 51-79. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins. DOI: 10.1075/pbns.113.06cou Coulson, Seana & Todd Oakley (eds.). 2005. Journal of Pragmatics 37(10). Special issue on Conceptual Integration Theory. Dancygier, Barbara. 2002. Mental space. Embeddings, counterfactuality, and the use of unless. English Language and Linguistics 6(2). 347-377. DOI: 10.1017/S

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General and Specific Culture Learning in EFL Textbooks Aimed at Adult Learners in Spain

language teaching (2nd edn.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Kramsch, Claire. 1988. The cultural discourse of foreign language textbooks. In Alan J. Singerman (ed.), Toward a new integration of language and culture, 63-88. Middlebury, VT: Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Kramsch, Claire. 1993. Context and culture in language teaching (Oxford Applied Linguistics). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Kramsch, Claire. 1998. Language and culture (Oxford Introductions to Language Study). Oxford: Oxford

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Irish and Polish in a New Context of Diversity in Northern Ireland’s Schools

Curriculum matters 8: Modern Foreign Languages to 16. London: HMSO. HMSO Northern Ireland Primary Education: Teachers’ Guide 1974. Belfast: HMSO. Hunt, Marilyn J., Ann Barnes, Bob Powell, Geoff Lindsay and Daniel Muijs. 2005. “Primary modern foreign languages: an overview of recent research, key issues and challenges for educational policy and practice”. Research Papers in Education, 20(1): 371-390. Integrate Ireland Language and Training & Southern Education and Library Board. 2007. Together towards inclusion: Toolkit

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The Advice Genre (1400-1599). Genre and Text Type Conventions

-191. Christie, Frances (ed.) 1984 Children writing: Reader. Geelong: Vic. Culpeper, Jonathan 1996 "Towards an anatomy of impoliteness", Journal of Pragmatics 25: 349-367. Devitt, Amy J. 1993 "Generalizing about genre: New conceptions of an old concept", College Composition and Communication 44/4: 573-586. Devitt, Amy J. 2000 "Integrating rhetorical and literary theories of genre", College English 62/6: 696-718. Voigts, Linda - Patricia Kurts 2000 Scientific and

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Intensity of the Reader’s Voice in the Reading Aloud of Fiction: Effects of the Character’s Gender

and female voices. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 20(2). 197–204. DOI: 10.1044/jshr.2002.197 Fichtelius, Anna, Iréne Johansson & Kerstin Nordin. 1980. Three investigations of sex-associated speech variation in day school. Women’s Studies International Quarterly 3(2–3). 219–225. DOI: 10.1016/S0148-0685(80)92218-6 Fitzsimons, Mary, Noirin Sheahan & Hugh Staunton. 2001. Gender and the integration of acoustic dimensions of prosody: Implications for clinical studies. Brain and Language 78(1). 94–108. DOI: 10.1006/brln.2000

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