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This article uses literary examples from English-language and French-language postwar fiction to elaborate a descriptive framework for representations of camp talk. The framework is based on four underlying semiotic strategies that produce a variety of surface textual effects (stylistic and...
This article suggests, in the spirit of Hayes (1983), that poetic influence can in part be expressible through a series of constraints as these are manifest in metrical filters, devices which essentially define which cadences are metrical for one poet, yet unmetrical for another. Synchronically,...
This article presents a discourse-based approach to negation by applying text world theory to the analysis of negation in the novel Catch-22 , by Joseph Heller (1986 1961), The model developed for the analysis of negation is based on Werth’s (1999) notion of negation as a subworld which...
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