Book review: Brône G., Feyaerts, K. and Veale, T. (eds.) (2015). Cognitive Linguistics and Humour. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 248 pp.

Anna Piata

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Book review: Brône G., Feyaerts, K. and Veale, T. (eds.) (2015). Cognitive Linguistics and Humour. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 248 pp.

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Cognitive Linguistics; Humour; GTVH

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