Article published in:Hybrid Quotations
Edited by Philippe De Brabanter
[Belgian Journal of Linguistics 17] 2003
► pp. 187–212
The utterance of any expression x ostends or makes manifest the customary referent of x, x itself, and related matter. If x appears in quotation marks then the presumed intention behind the utterance is to pick out something other than the customary referent (either instead of it or in addition to it). The consequences of these ideas, taken from my 1998 work, are here drawn out in application to a variety of quotations: metalinguistic citation, reported speech, scare-quoting, echo-quoting, loan words, and titles.
Published online: 05 April 2005
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