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How readers (may) derive pleasure from texts: discourse and speech act theoretical aspects

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How readers (may) derive pleasure from texts : discourse and speech act theoretical aspects. / Koller, Veronika.

Proceedings of the International Conference Technologies of Pleasure. ed. / C. Matsushita. Nagoya : Nagoya University Graduate School of Languages and Cultures, 2010. p. 4-17.

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Koller, V 2010, How readers (may) derive pleasure from texts: discourse and speech act theoretical aspects. in C Matsushita (ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference Technologies of Pleasure. Nagoya University Graduate School of Languages and Cultures, Nagoya, pp. 4-17.

APA

Koller, V. (2010). How readers (may) derive pleasure from texts: discourse and speech act theoretical aspects. In C. Matsushita (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference Technologies of Pleasure (pp. 4-17). Nagoya University Graduate School of Languages and Cultures.

Vancouver

Koller V. How readers (may) derive pleasure from texts: discourse and speech act theoretical aspects. In Matsushita C, editor, Proceedings of the International Conference Technologies of Pleasure. Nagoya: Nagoya University Graduate School of Languages and Cultures. 2010. p. 4-17

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Koller, Veronika. / How readers (may) derive pleasure from texts : discourse and speech act theoretical aspects. Proceedings of the International Conference Technologies of Pleasure. editor / C. Matsushita. Nagoya : Nagoya University Graduate School of Languages and Cultures, 2010. pp. 4-17

Bibtex

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