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Thu Jan 20 2005

TOC: Vol.7 (2004)

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        1.    Dietmar Osthus, 7 (2004)

Message 1: 7 (2004)

Date: 18-Jan-2005
From: Dietmar Osthus <>
Subject: 7 (2004)


Journal Title:
Volume Number: 7
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2004

Main Text:


Peter Koch, Metonymy between pragmatics, reference and diachrony

Andreas Musolff, Metaphor and conceptual evolution

Torben Schmidt, Cutting the Russian Bear down to size on the graveyard of
champions - An analysis of the metaphors used in the 2002 Official
Wimbledon Film

Beatrice Warren, Anaphoric pronouns of metonymic expressions

Jörg Zinken, Metaphors, stereotypes, and the linguistic picture of the
world: Impulses from the Ethnolinguistic School of Lublin


Bjelic, Dusan I. /Savic, Obrad, 2002. Balkan as Metaphor. Between
Globalization and Fragmentation, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 382p. (Ulrike

Boys-Stones, George R., ed. 2003.Metaphor, Allegory and the Classical
Tradition: Ancient Thought and Modern Revisions, Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 305p.(Tony Jappy)

Caron, David, 2001. Aids in French Culture. Social Ills, Literary Cures,
Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press, 204p. (Hildegard

Chilton, Paul A., 1996. Security Metaphors, Cold War Discourse from
Containment to Common House, New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M.: Peter Lang,
468p. (Ralph Müller)

Dirven, Rene/Frank, Roslyn/Ilie, Cornelia, edd. 2001. Language and
ideology. Volume 2: Descriptive cognitive approaches, Amsterdam: John
Benjamins, 267p.(Chaoqun Xie)

Kövecses, Zoltán, 2000. Metaphor and Emotion: Language, Culture and Body in
Human Feeling, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 223p. (Chaoqun Xie)

Midgley, Mary, 2003. The Myths We Live By, London/New York: Routledge,
192p.(Brendon Larson)

Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
                            Cognitive Science

Subject Language(s): French (FRN)
                            Russian (RUS)

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