17.1158, TOC: Revue Romane 41/1 (2006)

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Subject: 17.1158, TOC: Revue Romane  41/1 (2006)

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Publisher:	Blackwell Publishing
			http://www.blackwellpublishing.com 			
			
Journal Title:  Revue Romane 
Volume Number:  41 
Issue Number:  1 
Issue Date:  2006 


Main Text:  

1 In memoriam Ebbe Spang-Hanssen.

Linguistics:

4 Maria Asnes : Le rôle des arguments datifs dans le mécanisme de la composition
de l'aspect. 

21 Sylvie Porhiel : Non-phrases thématiques vs. non-phrases a-thématiques. -
Quels critères pour les distinguer dans les textes écrits? 

55 Alain Rabatel : La dialogisation au c?ur du couple polyphonie/dialogisme chez
Bakhtine. 

81 Lilian Stage : Et de conclure... sur une note optimiste - L'infinitif
historique ou narratif revisité.

Literature:

109 Richard-Laurent Barnett : Sur la poétique circonstancielle : micro-lecture
dubouchettienne.

124 Miguel Ángel García : La pureza en crisis. O de cómo Alberti rasgó sus
vestiduras poéticas (1928-1929).

Squib
146 Paola Polito: A proposito di: Francesca Sensini, Paola Graffigna, Enrica
Salvaneschi, Danilo Bonanno, Renzo Olivieri, Silvio Curletto, Michele Croese:
Per un divano letterario: sette serate di comparatistica. Edizioni ETS, Pisa 2001. 

Book reviews	

155 Paola Monachesi : The Verbal Complex in Romance. A case Study in
GrammaticalInterfaces, 2005. (Lene Schøsler)

157 Variation et francophonie. Mélanges édités par Aidan Coveney, Marie-Anne
Hintze et Carol Sanders en hommage à Gertrud Aub-Buscher, 2004. (Anita Berit
Hansen) 

159 Hanne Leth Andersen & Christa Thomsen (éds) : Sept approches à un corpus.
Analyses du français parlé, 2004. (Catherine Chanet)

162 Gunilla von Malmborg : La spécificité de la métaphore journalistique : les
méta¬phores de quelques champs génériques dans Le Monde et L'Express. Analyses
thématique, comparative et distributive, 2004. (Kristina Blach Nielsen)

164 Lionel Meney : Dictionnaire québécois-français. Pour mieux se comprendre
entre francophones, 2003. (Hans Lagerqvist)

167 Maurice Accarie : Théâtre, littérature et société au Moyen Age, 2004. (Jonna
Kjær)

170 Emmanuel Bouju (dir.) : L'Engagement littéraire. Cahiers du groupe? - 2005.
(Lisbeth Verstraete Hansen)

173 Dagmar Wieser : Nerval : une poétique du deuil à l'âge romantique, 2004.  -
Hisashi Mizuno : Nerval. L'écriture du voyage, 2003. - Philippe Destruel :
L'Ecriture nervalienne du temps, 2004. (Hans Peter Lund) 



Linguistic Field(s): 
                     French
                     General Linguistics
                     Italian
                     Portuguese
                     Romanian
                     Spanish





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