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Geert Brône Kurt Feyaerts Tony Veale: Cognitive Linguistics and Humor Research

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From the journal Cognitive Linguistics

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Geert Brône, Kurt Feyaerts and Tony Veale, editors. Cognitive Linguistics and Humor Research [Applications of Cognitive Linguistics 26]. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton, 2015. 248 pp. ISBN 978-3-11-034615-2. Hardback and E-book 99.95 €/US$ 140.00/GBP 74.99


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Published Online: 2017-10-5
Published in Print: 2017-11-27

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