Leonor Ruiz Gurillo and M. Belén Alvarado Ortega (eds.). 2013. Irony and humor: From pragmatics to discourse. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 270 pp. ISBN 978-9-0272-5636-2
About the author
Li Chengtuan is an Associate Professor at the School of English and Education, Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, People’s Republic of China. He received his PhD at the same university. His research interest is in pragmatics and discourse analysis. He has published several articles on identity construction in Chinese.
Attardo, Salvatore. 2001. Humor and irony in interaction: From mode adoption to failure of detection. In Luigi Anolli, Rita Ciceri & Giuseppe Riva (eds.), Say not say: New perspectives on miscommunication, 165–185. Amsterdam: IOS Press.Search in Google Scholar
Yus, Francisco. 2012a. Relevance, humour and translation. In Ewa Walaszewska & Agnieszka Piskorska (eds.), Relevance theory: More than understanding, 117–145. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars.Search in Google Scholar
Yus, Francisco. 2012b. Strategies and effects in humorous discourse: The case of jokes. In Bárbara Eizaga Rebollar (ed.), Studies in linguistics and cognition, 270–296. Berlin: Peter Lang.Search in Google Scholar
Zienkowski, Jan, Jan-Ola Ostman & Jef Verschueren (eds.). 2013. Discursive pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.Search in Google Scholar
©2015 by De Gruyter Mouton