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Examines how the viewpoints of literary characters may clash, causing the reader to lose the thread of the story. This study inquires as to how this is caused, observed and repaired, and examines the linguistic and narrative-technical "tricks" that the reader uses in order to follow the narrative.
Literary pragmatics: Why and what?
The state of the question
The language question
Speakability and voice
Voice and voice management
Voice in focus
Voice in transition
The dialogic perspective
The reader perspective
The pragmatic perspective
The voice of the text
The speakable text
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ISBN: 9783110158212 ISBN-10: 3110158213 Series: Trends in Linguistics Audience:
For Ages: 22+ years old Format:
Number Of Pages: 469 Published: 2000 Country of Publication: DE Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.66