Publication details [#5051]

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This article provides a discussion of the punctuation in Hans Christian Andersen’s stories. First, it elaborates upon the limitations of the transcriptional view of punctuation. Next, it seeks a better explanation of the issue. Furthermore, the author lists a few excerpts from Danish and their respective translations into English, which serve as examples. The paper also makes some analyses of the story.
Source : J. Vluijmans