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The Siege, Chris Muffoletto May 1992

The Siege, Chris Muffoletto

Undergraduate Honors Capstone Projects

A short story written by Chris Muffoletto.


Linguistic And Interactional Adjustments In Ns-Nns Communication In The Tutoring Setting , Xueru Cheng Jan 1992

Linguistic And Interactional Adjustments In Ns-Nns Communication In The Tutoring Setting , Xueru Cheng

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Choreographing A Vision: Virginia Woolf's "To The Lighthouse" And Michel Fokine's "Les Sylphides": Patterns In Literature And Ballet, Sandra L. Kruchten Mullen Jan 1992

Choreographing A Vision: Virginia Woolf's "To The Lighthouse" And Michel Fokine's "Les Sylphides": Patterns In Literature And Ballet, Sandra L. Kruchten Mullen

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


An Examination Of Linguistic Politeness Strategies In Computer-Mediated Communication, Rockie Lyons Beaman Jan 1992

An Examination Of Linguistic Politeness Strategies In Computer-Mediated Communication, Rockie Lyons Beaman

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Book Chapter: The Return Of The Repressed: Saussure And Swift On Language And History, Tony Crowley Jan 1992

Book Chapter: The Return Of The Repressed: Saussure And Swift On Language And History, Tony Crowley

Scripps Faculty Publications and Research

Departures in linguistics are nothing new of course. Ideas come and go, "facts" appear and disappear along with the theories which first brought them to light, trends shift and alter. The language used to describe the history of the field, a field which once constituted a new departure in its own right, is replete with the language of innovation: "breakthrough," "advance," "progress," and even "revolution" are familiar enough epithets. In the face of all this novelty then the question must be, how to do something new? The answer which is proposed here might appear somewhat odd for the intention is ...