LINGUIST List 11.962

Wed Apr 26 2000

Qs: Lexicalization of Metaphors,Case of Genie

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  1. Denis Jamet, Lexicalization of Metaphors
  2. Nobuko Koyama-Murakami, Case of Genie

Message 1: Lexicalization of Metaphors

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 20:53:27 +0200
From: Denis Jamet <denis.jametlibertysurf.fr>
Subject: Lexicalization of Metaphors

Dear all,

I am currently working on the lexicalisation of metaphors, as well as
the translation of metaphors. I already have a number of references, but
I would appreciate any suggestions. I will post a summary when I get a
sufficient number of references. Thanks a lot.

Denis Jamet
Universit´┐Ż Jean Moulin - Lyon 3
English Department
74, rue Pasteur
69007 Lyon - FRANCE
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Message 2: Case of Genie

Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2000 12:01:56 -1000
From: Nobuko Koyama-Murakami <koyamamuhawaii.edu>
Subject: Case of Genie

Dear Linguists,

Does anyone know the present situations of a wild child Genie? She must
be about 43 years old by now. I would like to know whether she is still
alive, whether any researchers still monitor her linguistic development,
and her overall well being (language, cognition, physical conditions,
etc.). 

If you have any knowldege about Genie (beyond the documentary footage
presented by Nature, PBS), please respond to me at my e-mail add.

Thank you in advance.

Nobuko Koyama-Murakami
koyamamuhawaii.edu
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