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ARTICLESMARC ALEXANDER (University of Glasgow)“Rhetorical structure and reader manipulation in Agatha Christie's ‘Murder on the Orient Express’" MERCEDES JAIME SISÓ (Universidad de Zaragoza)“Titles or headlines?: anticipating conclusions in biomedical research article titles as a persuasive journalistic strategy to attract busy readers” TERESA MARQUÉS AGUADO (Universidad de Murcia)“Punctuation practice in the "Antidotary" in G.U.L. Ms Hunter 513 (ff.37v-96v)” EUGENIO OLIVARES MERINO (Universidad de Jaén)“'Beowulfo', 'Geatas' and 'Heoroto': an appraisal of th earliest renderings of 'Beowulf' in Spain” NOTEWILLIAM SAYERS (Cornell University)“The genealogy of the ‘Haggis’" REVIEWS SPENCER-OATEY, H. (ed.) Culturally Speaking: Culture, Communication and Politeness Theory. London and New York: Continuum International Publishing Group, 2008. (by Lucía Fernández Amaya, Universidad Pablo de Olavide (Sevilla)