Introduction to Text LinguisticsRobert-Alain de Beaugrande Wolfgang Dressler Contents 0 Foreword. Review of: Introduction to text linguistics, by Robert-Alain de Beaugrande and Wolfgang Dressler. Statement of Responsibility: Walrod, Michael R. Authors. Introduction to Text Linguistics by Robert de Beaugrande and. Wolfgang Dressier (review). Lee H. Dowling. Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature.
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