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Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company

Volume 12, Numbers 1-2, 2011
Understanding Historical (Im)Politeness

The historical understanding of historical (im)politeness
pp. 1-24(24)
Authors: Marcel, Bax; Z, Kádár Dániel

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‘Face’ across historical cultures
pp. 25-48(24)
Authors: Şükriye, Ruhi; Z, Kádár Dániel

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Nineteenth-century English politeness
pp. 49-81(33)
Authors: Jonathan, Culpeper; Jane, Demmen

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“[T]his most unnecessary, unjust, and disgraceful war”
pp. 82-103(22)
Author: Juhani, Rudanko

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A socio-cognitive approach to historical politeness
pp. 104-132(29)
Author: J, Watts Richard

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From good manners to facework
pp. 133-155(23)
Author: Catherine, Kerbrat-Orecchioni

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“Tumbled into the dirt”
pp. 156-177(22)
Author: Phil, Withington

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Understanding Anglo-Saxon “politeness”
pp. 230-254(25)
Author: Thomas, Kohnen

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An evolutionary take on (im)politeness
pp. 255-282(28)
Author: Marcel, Bax

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Minako Nakayasu. The Pragmatics of Modals in Shakespeare
pp. 306-308(3)
Author: Ulrich, Busse

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