Volume 39 (2009): Language and Linguistics

  • Miscelánea A Journal of English and American Studies


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)