He publishes in the field of humor in literature and is considered to be one of the top authorities in the area. He has been a permanent resident of the United States since He has one daughter, Gaia, born in Attardo is a native speaker of Italian and French. He has served on the thesis and dissertation committees for other humor scholars, including Christian F. Hempelmann and Katrina Triezenberg.
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Readers also enjoyed. About Salvatore Attardo. Salvatore Attardo. He has authored two monographs Linguistic Theories of Humor, , and Humorous Texts, , both published by Mouton De Gruyter and a sociolinguistics textbook, co-authored with Steven Brown Understanding Language Structure, Interaction and Variation, University of Michigan Press , 2nd ed, , as well as numerous articles on semantics, pragmatics, and humor research.
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