Contemporary French Civilization

VAGUE ENGLISH CREOLE: (GAY ENGLISH) COOPERATIVE DISCOURSE IN THE FRENCH GAY PRESS

Contemporary French Civilization (2002), 26, (1), 86–110.

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Department of Modern Languages, University of Wisconsin—La Crosse