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  • Bauer, M., S. Beck, S. Riecker, S. Brockmann, A. Zirker, N. Bade, C. Dörge, and J. Braun (2020). Linguistics Meets Literature. More on the Grammar of Emily Dickinson. Berlin: De Gruyter.


  • Bade, N. & Buscher, F. (2019). An experimental comparison of two reinterpretation strategies: Benefits and challenges of using fictional contexts in experimental studies. In M. Störzer, S. Featherston, A. Gattnar & R. Hörnig (Eds.), Proceedings of Linguistic Evidence 2018: Experimental Data Drives Linguistic Theory (pp.166186). University of Tübingen.
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  • Brockmann, S., McConnell, S., Hacquard, V. and J. Lidz (2018). Children's Comprehension of Pronouns and Definites. Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22, online publication system.
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  • Bade, N., and S. Beck (2017). Lyrical texts as a data source for linguistics. Linguistische Berichte, (251), 317-356.
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  • Bade, N. (2016). Obligatory Presupposition Triggers in Discourse: Empirical Foundations of the Theories Maximize Presupposition and Obligatory Implicatures. Doctoral dissertation, University of Tübingen. University of Tübingen, online publication system.
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  • Bade, N., M. Bauer, S. Beck, C. Dörge & A. Zirker (2015). Ambiguity in Shakespeare's Sonnet 138. In S. Winkler (ed.), Ambiguity: Language and Communication. Berlin: De Gruyter. 89-109.
  • Bauer, M., N. Bade, S. Beck, C. Dörge, B. v. Eckartsberg, S. Ottschofski, J. Niefer & A. Zirker (2015). Emily Dickinson’s “My life had stood a loaded gun”— An Interdisciplinary Analysis. Journal of Literary Semantics 44(2), 115–140.
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  • Bauer, M. & S. Beck (2014). On the Meaning of Fictional Texts. In D. Gutzmann, J. Köpping & C. Meier (eds.), Approaches to Meaning. Leiden: Brill. 250-275.
  • Bauer, M. & A. Zirker (2014). Dickens and Ambiguity: The Case of A Tale of Two Cities. In C. Huguet & N. Vanfasse (eds.), Dickens, Modernism and Modernity. Paris: Editions du Sagittaire. 209-228.


  • Bauer, M. & A. Zirker (2013). Sites of Death as Sites of Interaction in Donne and Shakespeare. In J. H. Anderson & J. Vaught (eds.), Shakespeare and Donne: Generic Hybrids and the Cultural Imaginary. New York: Fordham University Press. 17-37.


  • Bauer, M. (2010 a). Bunyan and the Physiognomy of the Wor(l)d. In J. Conradie, O. Fischer & C. Ljungberg (eds.), Signergy, 193-210. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Bauer, M. (2010 b). Eating Words: Some Notes on a Metaphor and its Use in Much Ado About Nothing. In M. Gymnich & N. Lennartz (eds.), The Pleasures and Horrors of Eating: The Cultural History of Eating in Anglophone Literature, 45-58. Göttingen: Bonn University Press.
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  • Zirker, A. (2010 b). Don't Play with Your Food? - Edward Lear's Nonsense Cookery and Limericks. In M. Gymnich & N. Lennartz (eds.), The Pleasures and Horrors of Eating: The Cultural History of Eating in Anglophone Literature, 237-253. Göttingen: Bonn University Press.


  • Bauer, M. & S. Beck (2009). Interpretation: Local Composition and Textual Meaning. In M. Albl-Mikasa, S. Braun & S. Kalina (eds.), Dimensionen der Zweisprachenforschung / Dimensions of Second Language Research: Festschrift für Kurt Kohn, 289-300. Tübingen: Narr.