Eye language – body part collocations and textual contexts in the nineteenth-century novel

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Eye language – body part collocations and textual contexts in the nineteenth-century novel. / Mahlberg, Michaela; Wiegand, Viola; Hennessey, Anthony.

Phraseology and Stylistics of Literary Language/Phraséologie et stylistique de la langue littéraire. ed. / Ludwig Fesenmeier; Iva Novakova. Bern : Peter Lang, 2020.

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Harvard

Mahlberg, M, Wiegand, V & Hennessey, A 2020, Eye language – body part collocations and textual contexts in the nineteenth-century novel. in L Fesenmeier & I Novakova (eds), Phraseology and Stylistics of Literary Language/Phraséologie et stylistique de la langue littéraire. Peter Lang, Bern.

APA

Mahlberg, M., Wiegand, V., & Hennessey, A. (2020). Eye language – body part collocations and textual contexts in the nineteenth-century novel. In L. Fesenmeier, & I. Novakova (Eds.), Phraseology and Stylistics of Literary Language/Phraséologie et stylistique de la langue littéraire Peter Lang.

Vancouver

Mahlberg M, Wiegand V, Hennessey A. Eye language – body part collocations and textual contexts in the nineteenth-century novel. In Fesenmeier L, Novakova I, editors, Phraseology and Stylistics of Literary Language/Phraséologie et stylistique de la langue littéraire. Bern: Peter Lang. 2020

Author

Mahlberg, Michaela ; Wiegand, Viola ; Hennessey, Anthony. / Eye language – body part collocations and textual contexts in the nineteenth-century novel. Phraseology and Stylistics of Literary Language/Phraséologie et stylistique de la langue littéraire. editor / Ludwig Fesenmeier ; Iva Novakova. Bern : Peter Lang, 2020.

Bibtex

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