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CFP: STYLE: Annual Resources Number (5/15/02 and ongoing; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, February 23, 2002 - 6:15pm
David Gorman

Are you working on something that pertains to literary, linguistic, or
rhetorical criticism, theory, or scholarship but that does not fit the
standard genres of the essay or the review? If so you may want to know
about the annual Resources issue that the journal STYLE will inaugurate
with its vol. 36, no. 4 (Winter 2002). Submissions of the following
kinds would be among those of interest:
 --annotated bibliographies or bibliographic essays on topics in
stylistics, poetics, and related fields, whether historically or
theoretically oriented;
 --interviews with leading theorists, critics, and other innovators;
 --translations making important essays and other contributions
available in English;

CFP: STYLE: Annual Resources Number (5/15/02 and ongoing; journal issue)

updated: 
Saturday, February 23, 2002 - 6:15pm
David Gorman

Are you working on something that pertains to literary, linguistic, or
rhetorical criticism, theory, or scholarship but that does not fit the
standard genres of the essay or the review? If so you may want to know
about the annual Resources issue that the journal STYLE will inaugurate
with its vol. 36, no. 4 (Winter 2002). Submissions of the following
kinds would be among those of interest:
 --annotated bibliographies or bibliographic essays on topics in
stylistics, poetics, and related fields, whether historically or
theoretically oriented;
 --interviews with leading theorists, critics, and other innovators;
 --translations making important essays and other contributions
available in English;