Introduction to Text Linguistics
by R.A. de Beaugrande, Wolfgang Dressler
Publisher: Routledge 2002
Number of pages: 288
From the table of contents: Foreword; Basic notions; The evolution of text linguistics; The procedural approach; Cohesion; Coherence; Intentionality and acceptability; Informativity; Situationality; Intertextuality; Research and schooling; References.
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