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Author Noh, Eun-Ju
Title Metarepresentation : A relevance-theory approach
Imprint Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2000
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Note METAREPRESENTATION -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Dedication -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: Metarepresentation in Communication -- Chapter 1. Analyses of Quotation -- Chapter 2. Relevance Theory and Metarepresentational Use -- Chapter 3. Metalinguistic Negation -- Chapter 4. Echo Questions -- Chapter 5. Metarepresentational Uses in Conditionals -- Epilogue -- Notes -- References -- Index -- PRAGMATICS AND BEYOND NEW SERIES
Eun-Ju Noh's book provides a close look at linguistic metarepresentation showing how beliefs, utterances, and propositions are represented and how they are inferred. The author explains how metarepresentation works in various types of uses: quotations, negation, echo questions, and conditionals in terms of truth conditions and pragmatic enrichment. Ample examples are provided from the English language.The relevance-theory approach gives room for extralinguistic parameters to be considered, and suggestions are made for further research in cross-linguistic studies and metarepresentation
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Link Print version: Noh, Eun-Ju Metarepresentation : A relevance-theory approach Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company,c2000 9789027250841
Subject Semantics.;Quotation.;Grammar, Comparative and general -- Indirect discourse.;Relevance
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