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This chapter presents a list of the literary works cited and scientific references that occur in the book The Semantics of Free Indirect Discourse. The book investigates free indirect discourse with the tools of formal semantics, and this investigation can be of interest for different reasons. Readers who take part in research informal semantics should be interested because sentences in free indirect discourse are speech reports without any verb like say or think being present.

Keywords: formal semantics; free indirect discourse; speech reports

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