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Marc Sourdot : teen language and stylisation : kiffe kiffe tomorrow by Faïza Guène

On the surface this monolog of an adolescent, directed to an adolescent audience, hides in fact a polyphony of diction and reveals, under the appearance of a lexicon often at the margins of normal speech, a mastery of the mechanics of stylistic integration. This, without doubt, explains a reading public beyond that of adolescents.

Adolescence, 2009, T. 27, n°4, pp. 895-905.