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Full Title: Cognitive Grammar in Literature: Symposium

Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom
Start Date: 01-Feb-2013 - 01-Feb-2013
Contact: Peter Stockwell
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Meeting Description: Within cognitive poetics, the close stylistic analysis of literary texts has been relatively neglected in favour of more conceptual aspects of worlds, framing, foregrounding and deictic positioning. More broadly in cognitive literary studies, the centrality of textuality and texture is also in danger of being forgotten. This symposium welcomes discussions applying different aspects of cognitive and construction grammars to the analysis of literary texts and readings.
Linguistic Subfield: Ling & Literature
Subject Language: English
LL Issue: 23.3916

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