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Date: Mon, 11 Nov 1996 18:07:04 +0200
From: wrgreensapporo-u.ac.jp <wrgreensapporo-u.ac.jp>
Subject: Summary: Cognitive stylistics

I recently asked for examples of cognitive linguistic approaches to
literature. I am very grateful to all those who replied.

Luise F. Pusch
Arie Verhagen
Bernard Spolsky
Richard Epstein
Margaret Freeman

Cantrall, W. 1974. Viewpoint, reflexives, and the nature of noun
phrases. Den Haag.

Fauconnier, G. & E. Sweetser. 1996. Spaces, Worlds, and Grammar.
University of Chicago Press.

Pusch, Luise F.1984 [1983]. "Weibliches Schicksal aus maennlicher
Sicht. Ueber Syntax und Empathie",in: Pusch, Luise F. 1984. Das
Deutsche als Maennersprache: Aufsaetze und Glossen zur feministischen
Linguistik. Frankfurt/M. edition suhrkamp 1217. S. 109-128.

Spolsky, E. 1993. Gaps In Nature: Literary interpretation and the
modular mind. Albany: SUNY Press.

Traugott, E.C. & M.L. Pratt. 1980. Linguistics for Students of
Literature. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich

Weber, J.J. 1995. "How Metaphor Leads Susan Rawlings Into Suicide: A
Cognitive-Linguistic Analysis of Doris Lessing's 'To Room Nineteen'"
in Verdonk, P. & J.J. Weber (eds.) Twentieth-Century Fiction: From
Text to Context. Routledge.

Journal Special Issues
The Journal of Pragmatics 22(1) 1994 and 24(6) 1995. Elsevier Science.
Poetics Today (vol. 13, No. 4, Winter 1992). Duke University Press.

Journals
Language and Style. City University of New York.
Language and Literature. Sage Publications (formerly Longman).
Poetics Today. Duke University Press.
Cognitive Linguistics. Mouton de Gruyter.

Web Pages

International Cognitive Linguistics Conference 1997 in Amsterdam:
http://www.vu.nl/ICLC97/ 

Mark Turner's blending page:
http://www.wam.umd.edu/~mturn

Poetics and Linguistics Association Conference. July 1997, Nottingham
UK. Subject: The New Rhetoric.
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