Work based on examples from the database:

  • Brandt, L. & E. Pascual. Forth. ‘Say hello to this ad’: The persuasive rhetoric of fictive interaction in marketing. In E. Pascual & S. Sandler (eds.). The Conversation Frame: Forms and Functions of Fictive Interaction. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Janssen, Th. A. J. M. 2007. A speaker/hearer-based grammar: The case of possessives and compounds. In M. Hannay & G. Steen (eds.). Structural-Functional Studies in English Grammar. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 353-387.
  • Janssen, Th.A.J.M. & E. Pascual. 2005. Doe-het-zelfsamenstellingen. De opkomst van zin-woordcombinaties. Onze Taal 74(5): 112-114.
  • Królak, E. 2005. The hyphen construction as an instance of metonymy. In E. Górska & G. Radden (eds.). Metonymy-Metaphor Collage. Warsaw: Warsaw University Press, 197-204.
  • Królak, E. 2008. English Fictive interaction compounds: A case study. In Fictive interaction: Its Functions and Usage in Discourse. Ph.D. dissertation, Warsaw University, 52-124.
  • Pascual, E. 2002. Imaginary Trialogues: Conceptual Blending and Fictive Interaction in Criminal Courts. Utrecht: LOT.
  • Pascual, E. 2006. Fictive interaction within the sentence: A communicative type of fictivity in grammar. Cognitive Linguistics 17(2): 245-267.
  • Pascual, E. 2010. El concepto de interacción ficticia en español: De la conversación a la gramática [Fictive interaction in Spanish: From conversation to grammar]. Dialogía: Revista de Lingüística, Literatura y Cultura 5: 64-98.
  • Pascual, E. 2014. Fictive Interaction: The Conversation Frame in Thought, Language, and Discourse. Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Pascual, E. & Th.A.J.M. Janssen. 2004. Zinnen in samenstellingen: presentaties van fictieve verbale interactie. Nederlandse Taalkunde 9(4): 285-310.
  • Pascual, E., E. Królak & Th.A.J.M. Janssen. 2013. Direct speech compounds: Evoking socio-cultural scenarios through fictive interaction. Cognitive Linguistics 24(2): 345-366.
  • Pascual, E. & E. Królak (by invitation). Under review. The ‘listen to characters thinking’ novel: Fictive interaction as narrative strategy in literary bestsellers and their Spanish and Polish translations. In M. Perkins (ed.). Cognitive and Cross-linguistic Aspects of Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Stec, K.K.M. 2011. Simulating Fictive Interaction Modifiers. Master's Thesis, Aarhus University.