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Porter, R., 2001. “Nervousness, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Style: From Luxury to Labor”. In M. Gijswijt-Hofstra & Porter, R., eds. Cultures of Neurasthenia from Beard to the First World War. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi, pp. 31-50.
Graux, C., 1878. Nouvelles recherches sur la stichométrie. Revue de la philologie littéraire et d’histoire ancienne, 2, pp.97–143.
Genette, G., 1997. Paratexts: Thresholds of Interpretation, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Pisoni, D.B., Lively, S.E. & Logan, J.S., 1994. Perceptual learning of non-native speech contrasts: Implication for theories of speech perception. In J. C. Goodman & Nusbaum, H. C., eds. The development of speech perception: The transition from speech sounds to spoken words. Cambridge, Mass: {MIT} press, pp. 121–166.
Chiat, S., 1986. Personal pronouns. In P. Fletcher & Garman, M., eds. Language acquisition: Studies in first language development. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 339–355.
Kiparsky, P., 1995. The phonological basis of sound change. In J. Goldsmith, ed. Handbook of Phonological Theory. Cambridge, {MA}: Blackwel, pp. 640–670.
Brown, R. & Gilman, A., 1960. The pronouns of power and solidarity. In T. Sebeok, ed. Style in Language. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, pp. 253 – 276.
Grebenyova, L., 2007. Sluicing in Slavic. Journal of Slavic linguistics, 15(1), pp.49–80.


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