By Barbara A. Fox
This considerate learn, proposing a singular analytical framework, examines using anaphora in either written and conversational discourse. particularly, it examines the distribution of pronouns and whole noun words in 3 various genres of English, and demonstrates the relationships among the hierarchical constitution of discourses and using anaphoric words inside of these discourses.
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Discourse Structure and Anaphora: Written and Conversational English by Barbara A. Fox