Evoking the possibility of presence : textual and ideological effects of linguistic negation in written discourse

@inproceedings{Nahajec2012EvokingTP,
  title={Evoking the possibility of presence : textual and ideological effects of linguistic negation in written discourse},
  author={Lisa Nahajec},
  year={2012}
}
2 Acknowledgments 3 Copyright statement 4 Symbols, Typological conventions and acronyms 5 

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