Interlíngua: Miscigenação Linguística e Ficção Poética
This article addresses the issue of inter-language in the contemporary situation, a process of relationship among languages, caused mostly by mobility, migration, nomadism, war, globalization, colonization, exile and, more recently, digital interconnectivity expanded to a planetary dimension. These processes, made possible and re-signified by the transnational media communication, have triggered inter-linguistic contact situations, over and across the boundaries of both geographic nations and cyberspace.
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