By Elweya El Hakim, Yomna Safwat Salem
Cet ouvrage réunit des contributions gravitant autour du pronom group of workers "Elle". Quelle que soit l'approche linguistique (syntaxe, énonciation, sociolinguistique, pragmatique, rhétorique.) selon laquelle cet élément du féminin est appréhendé, les articles démontrent que "elle", disposant d'une grande variété d'usages, est un territoire d'exploration riche en apports.
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