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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Mey, Jacob L.
When Voices Clash : A Study in Literary Pragmatics.
Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, ©1999
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jacob L Mey
|Description:||1 online resource (476 pages).|
|Contents:||Preface; Introduction; 1 Literary pragmatics: Why and what?; 1.1. 'I wanted those ships'; 1.2. The context as a problem; 1.3. 'Don't drive like my brother (or my sister)'; 1.4. Literary pragmatics: A definition; Part One: The sentence; 2 The state of the question; 2.1. What is the question?; 2.2. Banfield's 'unspeakable sentences'; 2.3. Ehrlich: Sentence and narrator; 2.4. Fludernik: A synthesis?; 2.5. 'Lector in fabula'; 3 The language question; 3.1. Reference and deixis; 3.2. Anaphora; 3.3. Tense and point of view; Part Two: Voice; 4 Speakability and voice; 4.1. What is 'speakability'? 4.2. Speakable and unspeakable sentences4.3. FID and grammar; 5 Voice and voice management; 5.1. Vocality and voice; 5.2. Voice management; 5.3. How are voices managed?; 5.4. The 'optics' of FID; 5.5. Speakability and readability; 6 Voice in focus; 6.1. Perspective and voice; 6.2. Multivocality; 7 Voice in transition; 7.1. When voices change; 7.2. When voices clash; 7.3. Unvoicing; Part Three: Perspectives; 8 The dialogic perspective; 8.1. Understanding as dialogue; 8.2. Ownership and responsibility; 8.3. From dialogue to discourse: Cooperation and constraint. 8.4. Does the reader have a voice?9 The reader perspective; 9.1. Reader and text; 9.2. The implied reader revisited; 10 The pragmatic perspective; 10.1. The power of words: A pragmatic affair; 10.2. Reported speech: Reality or fiction?; 10.3. Voice power; 10.4. The pragmatic turn; Part Four: The text; 11 The voice of the text; 11.1. The pragmatics of the letter; 11.2. The dialectics of voicing; 11.3. Hegemony and autonomy: A responsible voice; 12 The speakable text; 12.1. Dialogue, text, and sex; 12.2. Linguistics and metalinguistics; 12.3. Dialogue and dialectics; Notes; Primary literature.|
|Series Title:||Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs TiLSM.|
|Responsibility:||by Jacob L. Mey.|