The Structure of the English NP
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The work of Geoff Thompson, who until his death was an editor of , has had an international reach for over 40 years. He has contributed to advances in Systemic-Functional Linguistics, in particular extending theories of interaction and evaluation in discourse. His is an indispensable guide to the field.


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