Reseña del libro: Linares Bernabéu, Esther (ed.) (2023). The pragmatics of humour in interactive contexts



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humour in interaction, sociopragmatics, multimodality, cognitive linguistics


Reseña del libro: Linares Bernabéu, Esther (ed.) (2023). The pragmatics of humour in interactive contexts. Amsterdam / Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 238 páginas, ISBN: 9789027213877.


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Khaylina, A. (2024). Reseña del libro: Linares Bernabéu, Esther (ed.) (2023). The pragmatics of humour in interactive contexts. ELUA: Estudios De Lingüística. Universidad De Alicante, (41), 235–240.