discourse analysis, books

Vincent DeCaen decaen at chass.utoronto.ca
Fri Sep 18 09:27:28 EDT 1998


the sources given by kirk are important, but don't forget there is a
*wider* view that includes the following search terms:

pragmatics, semantics, textlinguistics/text-linguistics, sociolinguistics,
anaphora/pronouns, topicalization/focus (syntax), stylistics, poetics,

to name just a few. if you have access to a large library catalogue,
try several search terms, also watch what related subject headings you
pull up. you're more likely to catch something useful, recent, and
maybe even exciting.

cheers 
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Vincent DeCaen, Ph.D.		 	 	     <decaen at chass.utoronto.ca>
Faculty of Information Studies, University of Toronto

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