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Louise Nuttall
Louise Nuttall
Senior Lecturer in English Language & Linguistics, University of Huddersfield
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Cognitive Grammar in Literature
C Harrison, L Nuttall, P Stockwell, W Yuan
John Benjamins, 2014
672014
Mind style and cognitive grammar: Language and worldview in speculative fiction
L Nuttall
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018
452018
Attributing minds to vampires in Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend
L Nuttall
Language and Literature 24 (1), 23-39, 2015
292015
Online readers between the camps: A Text World Theory analysis of ethical positioning in We Need to Talk About Kevin
L Nuttall
Language and Literature 26 (2), 153-171, 2017
282017
Constructing a text world for The Handmaid's Tale
L Nuttall
Cognitive Grammar in Literature, 83-100, 2014
242014
Cognitive Grammar and reconstrual: Re-experiencing Margaret Atwood's' The Freeze-Dried Groom'
C Harrison, L Nuttall
John Benjamins, 2019
182019
Re-reading in stylistics
C Harrison, L Nuttall
Language and Literature 27 (3), 176-195, 2018
102018
Wolfing down the Twilight series: Metaphors for reading in online reviews
L Nuttall, C Harrison
Contemporary media stylistics, 35-60, 2020
72020
Introduction: Cognitive Grammar in literature.
C Harrison, L Nuttall, P Stockwell, W Yuan
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2014
72014
Rereading as retelling: re-evaluations of perspective in narrative fiction
C Harrison, L Nuttall
Narrative Retellings: Stylistic Approaches, 217-234, 2020
42020
New Directions in Cognitive Grammar and Style
M Giovanelli, C Harrison, L Nuttall
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020
42020
“Real” Mind Style and Authenticity Effects in Fiction: Represented Experiences of War in Atonement
L Nuttall
Style 53 (2), 215-235, 2019
42019
Transitivity, agency, mind style: What’s the lowest common denominator?
L Nuttall
Language and Literature 28 (2), 159-179, 2019
42019
A cognitive grammar of mind style in speculative fiction
L Nuttall
University of Nottingham, 2015
32015
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M Giovanelli, C Harrison, L Nuttall
New Directions in Cognitive Grammar and Style, 2020
12020
Guilty grammar: see-saw perspective and morality in a poem by EE Cummings
L Nuttall
New Directions in Cognitive Grammar and Style. London: Bloomsbury, 75-90, 2020
12020
Personal and social factors in construal: a cognitive grammatical approach to mind style
L Nuttall
Journal article University of Nottingham, UK, 2013
12013
Mind Style and Cognitive Grammar: Language and Worldview in Speculative Fiction (Feb, 10.1177/0963947020910528, 2020)
L Nuttall
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 29 (2), 2020
2020
Cognitive Grammar: how do the structures of language create meaning in The Handmaid's Tale?
L Nuttall
2018
Book Review: Anthony J Sanford and Catherine Emmott, Mind, Brain and Narrative
L Nuttall
Language and Literature 24 (3), 285-288, 2015
2015
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