Journal of Historical Pragmatics 2:1
[Journal of Historical Pragmatics, 2:1] 2001.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
A historical but non-determinist pragmatics of literary communicationRoger D. Sell | pp. 1–32
Historical frame analysis: Hoaxing and make-believe in a seventeenth-century Dutch playMarcel Bax | pp. 33–67
Text types in a new medium: The first newspapers (1609)Gerd Fritz | pp. 69–83
Middle English recipes: Genre characteristics, text type features and underlying traditions of writingIrma Taavitsainen | pp. 85–113
Expressing criticism and evaluation during three centuriesBritt-Louise Gunnarsson | pp. 115–139
The bittersweet rhetoric of controversiality in nineteenth- and twentieth-century French and English medical literatureFrançoise Salager-Meyer and Nahirana Zambrano | pp. 141–174
Minna Vihla. Medical Writing: Modality in FocusReviewed by Douglas Biber | pp. 175–176
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