„Token: A Journal of English Linguistics”, V. 10


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„Token: A Journal of English Linguistics”, V. 10, edit. by John G. Newman, Marina Dossena, Sylwester Łodej, 2020, 302 s., format B5

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Wendy Anderson University of Glasgow Metaphor in the digital age: Opening

the flood-gates.     15

James Stratton Purdue University Fiction as a Source of Linguistic Data:

Evidence from Television Drama.      39

Christina Samson University of Florence From private to public: Letters

contextualising the 1857-58 mutiny in the British press.      59

Marina Dossena University of Bergamo Peaceful coexistence? Ideology in the

Representation of Languages and Varieties in Late Modern Literature.      81

Paula Schintu University of Salamanca “Theers gud stuff amung uz Darbysher

foaks”: Dialect Enregisterment in 19th-century Derbyshire        109

Annalisa Scatà Independent scholar Ideologies of linguistic representation in

Late Modern English: The case of James Fenimore Cooper.         129

Elisabetta Cecconi University of Florence Overlexicalization and semantic

variation in the Early Modern English naming of Native Americans.       155

Paloma Tejada Caller Universidad Complutense of Madrid A Cultural Linguistics

approach to the “discovery of childhood” in sixteenth and seventeenth

century Britain.        181

Nuria Calvo Cortés Complutense Universidad Complutense of Madrid Maria

Edgeworth’s choice of auxiliary verb in perfect tenses.       205

Sonja Kuosmanen University of Helsinki Terms of Reference and Discursive

Representations: A Case Study with Saddam Hussein in the 1991 Gulf War    227

Valeria Franceschi University of Verona Making sure everybody is on the same

page: interactional communication strategies in BELF encounters.      251

Patrizia Anesa University of Bergamo Legal English as a Lingua Franca in

Academia: The Strategic Use of Repetitions in Lectures.      277

Book review:

Stefan Dollinger Creating Canadian English: The Professor, the Mountaineer,

and a National Variety of English Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

2019, xviii + 283 pp. Reviewed by Carol Percy, University of Toronto, Canada.      297

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