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Title: La Coordination et les Phrases Juxtaposées en Français
Written By: Johanna Arffman
URL: http://www.helsinki.fi/romaanisetkielet/pdf_laitos/ARFFMAN_mainos.pdf
Series Title: Publications du Département des langues romanes de l'Université de Helsinki vol. 17
Description:

Souvent reléguée aux marges de la syntaxe, la juxtaposition a fait l’objet,
ces dernières années, d’un regain d’intérêt. Il s’agit d’un phénomène à la
fois syntaxique, sémantique et prosodique, relativement délicat à appréhender.

"La coordination et les phrases juxtaposées" veut répondre à la question de
savoir dans quels cas et pour quelles raisons la relation entre les
propositions juxtaposées dans la prose française contemporaine peut être
considérée comme une relation de coordination. Quelle est cette relation
qui existe, mais ne se manifeste pas ? Comment le locuteur ou l’écrivain
a-t-il pu transmettre son idée de la coordination au destinataire de sorte
que celui-ci a pu la recevoir et la comprendre?

D’après cette étude, il est évident que le lecteur reconnaît la relation
comme coordination sur la base de différents traits syntaxiques,
sémantiques et textuels. L’identité de fonction et l’homogénéité
syntaxique et sémantique sont caractéristiques de la coordination, tandis
que les différences de structure orientent l’interprétation vers la
subordination.

Publication Year: 2007
Publisher: Department of Romance Languages, University of Helsinki
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Linguistic Field(s): Semantics
Syntax
Subject Language(s): French
Language Family(ies): None
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9789521037085
Pages: 172
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