Recent Submissions

  • On the grammatical status of 'Colon Structures' 

    Acuña Fariña, Juan Carlos (Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos, 1993)
    The present paper is an attempt to examine the grammatical status of the kind of estructure that is typically punctuated with a colon. Contrary to the traditional interpretation of this patern, which relies heavily on the ...
  • Left-Dislocation Revisited 

    Acuña Fariña, Juan Carlos (Universidat d'Alacant, 1995)
    The aim of this paper is to provide syntactic evidence that left-dislocated NPs (LDs) do not belong inside the structure of the sentences with which they are usually associated. It is argued here that the relationship ...
  • The role of experience in syntactic processing: a critical view from the linguistics building 

    Acuña Fariña, Juan Carlos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2003)
    Linguists with an interest in psycholinguistic research on the processing of language often feel concerned that psycholinguistic experiments truly reflect important aspects of the nature of language and not artefactual ...
  • Aspects of the relationship bewteen theories of grammar and theories of processing 

    Acuña Fariña, Juan Carlos (Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos, 2005)
    The aim of this paper is to analyze the pros and cons of the relationship between theories of grammar and psycholinguistic research conducted in laboratories. It is argued that current optimism about the benefits that ...
  • “Sexless And White” : Transgressing Gender Boundaries in Carson McCullers’s The Ballad of The Sad Café (1951) 

    Casas Maroto, Inés (Université du Sud Toulon-Var, 2015)
    In the early decades of the twentieth century, the dominant discourse’s requirements of submissiveness and restraint for the southern lady still discouraged the pursuit of professional, artistic or political goals. These ...

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