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LINGUIST List 22.1908

Mon May 02 2011

Books: Ling & Lit/Semantics/Socioling/Typology/Spanish: Leveque

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        1.     Ulrich Lueders , Hablantes y hablas en la novelística social centroamericana (1940-1970): Leveque

Message 1: Hablantes y hablas en la novelística social centroamericana (1940-1970): Leveque
Date: 18-Apr-2011
From: Ulrich Lueders <lincom.europat-online.de>
Subject: Hablantes y hablas en la novelística social centroamericana (1940-1970): Leveque
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Title: Hablantes y hablas en la novelística social centroamericana
(1940-1970)
Subtitle: Para una tipificación dialectológica del discurso literario regional
Series Title: Edición Lingüística 81
Published: 2011
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
                http://www.lincom.eu

Author: Daniel Leveque
Paperback: ISBN: 9783862880560 Pages: 150 Price: Europe EURO 64.80
Abstract:

Este doble estudio que muestra el minucioso traspaso a la escritura de una
realidad y una oralidad locales va introducido por un análisis
narrativo-discursivo; el Profesor Lévêque toma como hilo conductor tres
"novelas ejemplares" procedentes de Honduras. Dicho análisis de las obras
escogidas (con alusiones a textos correlativos de Guatemala y Costa Rica)
revela una situación de dependencia económica y política de América Central
a raíz de una explotación extranjera en sus sectores forestales, bananeros
y mineros, y permite identificar quién habla en las creaciones literarias
de esta índole.

En la segunda parte del estudio el linguista pasa a especificar cómo se
percibe el habla en estas construcciones textuales, evidenciando los
particularismos léxicos y demás dialectalismos que caracterizan la
"estética" del modo discursivo regional. Para llegar a unas conclusiones
lexicológicas fidedignas, escogió como instrumento de trabajo el
Diccionario del español de Centroamérica de su propia autoría (Universidad
de Valladolid, 2010). Con el propósito de caracterizar científicamente, de
manera global y multidimensional a la vez, la expresión local de la lengua
española, esta nueva óptica de trabajo lo conduce finalmente a considerar
simultáneamente los seis enfoques lingüísticos siguientes: diatópico,
diacrónico, semántico, tipológico, sociolingüístico y, para acabar,
discursivo, rematando esta investigación dialectológica el cruce de los
datos estadísticos anteriores.

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
                            Lexicography
                            Ling & Literature
                            Semantics
                            Sociolinguistics
                            Typology

Subject Language(s): Spanish (spa)

Written In: Spanish (spa )

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