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Time, Space, and Action - Exploring the Narrative Structure and its Linguistic Marking

Bibliographic reference Bestgen, Yves ; Costermans, Jean. Time, Space, and Action - Exploring the Narrative Structure and its Linguistic Marking. In: Discourse Processes : a multidisciplinary journal, Vol. 17, no. 3, p. 421-446 (1994)
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