A Systemic Functional Grammar of French: From Grammar to Discourse

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Bloomsbury Academic, Aug 27, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 214 pages
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'[The] consistent interplay between theoretical and applied pursuits has always been a defining feature of systemic functional theory... This kind of mutual enrichment is clearly demonstrated in Alice Caffarel's work. The result is a description which penetrates to the heart of the language, revealing it at one and the same time as a specimen of the human semiotic and a unique resource for the continuous creation of meaning.'


Professor M A K Halliday, from the Preface.

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Dr Alice Caffarel is Senior Lecturer in the Department of French Studies at the University of Sydney.

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