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Fictive discourse and the structures of literature : a phenomenological approach / Félix Martínez-Bonati ; translated by Philip W. Silver with the author's collaboration.


Ithaca [N.Y.] : Cornell University Press, 1981.
ISBN 0801413087, 9780801413087

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Standard Title Estructura de la obra literaria. English
Subjects Literature -- Philosophy.
Psycholinguistics.
Description 176 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1981.
Notes Rev. translation of La estructura de la obra literaria.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Translation from the Spanish.
Contents The logical characterization of narrative language -- The stratification of the literary work according to the various logical kinds of discourse -- The logical privilege of mimetic discourse as an enabling rule of the experience of narrative -- The phenomenal strata of the narrative work -- Bühler's schema : a model of language as organon -- The varieties of sign that Husserl distinguishes -- Bally : the system of the "expressive" resources of language -- Recapitulation -- Incongruities in Bühler's model -- A phenomenology of the concrete communicative situation -- The meaning of speech as situation as semantic structure of the linguistic sign -- Literary language -- Linguistic and literary functions -- The dimensions of language and the structure of narrative -- The ontic and the phenomenal structure of the literary work of art : critical remarks on Ingarden's theory -- Derivative logical structures of fiction and varieties of fictional speech-situations and worlds -- The phenomenon of alienation of the mimetic content of narrative sentences -- A transcendental aesthetic and logic of the literary experience -- Toward a concept of the linguistic symbol -- Roman Jakobson's conception of the poetic function of language -- Barbara Herrnstein Smith's and Richard Ohmann's views of the language of literature.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6709073
(OCoLC)ocm06709073
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WorldCat Identities Martínez Bonati, Félix.
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