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The Motivated sign : iconicity in language and literature 2

Author: Olga Fischer; Max Nänny
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia, PA : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2000.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Olga Fischer; Max Nänny
ISBN: 1588110036 9781588110039 9027225745 9789027225740
OCLC Number: 1002873865
Description: xiv, 387 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: veni, vidi, vici / Max Nanny and Olga Fischer --
Pt. I. General. Semiotic foundations of iconicity in language and literature / Winfried Noth. The semiotics of the mise-en-abyme / John J. White. Good probes: Icons, anaphors, and the evolution of language / William J. Herlofsky --
Pt. II. Sounds and beyond. The sound as an echo to the sense: The iconicity of English gl- words / Piotr Sadowski. On natural motivation in metaphors: The case of the cucurbits / Ralf Norrman. Old English poetic texts and their Latin sources: Iconicity in Caedmon's Hymn and The Phoenix / Earl R. Anderson --
Pt. III. Visual Iconicity: Typography and the use of images. Iconic punctuation: Ellipsis marks in a historical perspective / Anne C. Henry. Iconic functions of long and short lines / Max Nanny. Iconicity in advertising signs: Motive and method in miming 'the body' / Robbie B. H. Goh. Iconoclasm and iconicity in seventeenth-century English poetry / Loretta Innocenti --
Pt. IV. Iconicity in grammatical structures. Structural iconicity: The English -S- and OF-genitives / C. Jac Conradie. The position of the adjective in (Old) English from an iconic perspective / Olga Fischer. Present participles as iconic expressions / Frank Jansen and Leo Lentz. Of Markov chains and unholstery buttons: "Moi, madame, votre chien ..." / Jean-Jacques Lecercle --
Pt. V. Iconicity in textual structures. Iconicity and rhetoric: A note on the iconic force of rhetorical figures in Shakespeare / Wolfgang G. Muller. The emergence of experiential iconicity and spatial perspective in landscape descriptions in English fiction / Werner Wolf. Iconic dimensions in Margaret Atwood's poetry and prose / Christina Ljungberg.
Responsibility: edited by Olga Fischer, Max Nänny.

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