[Advances in systemic lingustics: recent theory and practice. Edited by Martin Davies and Louise Ravelli]

Source document: Brno studies in English. 1993, vol. 20, iss. 1, pp. [105]-109
Extent
[105]-109
  • ISSN
    0231-5351
Type: Review
Language
English
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Advances in systemic linguistics: recent theory and practice. Edited by Martin Davies and Louise Ravelli. London; New York: Pinter, 1992. ix, 258 s. Open linguistics series. ISBN 0-86187-070-0.
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