Edited By Kinga Rudnicka-Szozda and Aleksander Szwedek
Iconicity and (cognitive) grammar: where shall the twain meet?
Motto: Danish doctors and psychologists criticize the system of marking pedestrian zebra crossings. They maintain that the direction of the stripes should be changed because drivers automatically consider everything lying across the road as a barrier. (A wall calendar note, Nov.27, 2012; my translation)