Outside-In — Inside-Out

Editors
| Catholic University of Louvain
| University of Amsterdam
| Nagoya Gakuin University
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This fourth volume of the Iconicity series is like its predecessors devoted to the study of iconicity in language and literature in all its forms. Many of the papers turn the notion of iconicity ‘inside-out’, some suggesting that ‘less-is-more’; others focus on the cognitive factors ‘inside’ the brain that are important for the iconic phenomena that are produced in the ‘outside’ world. In addition this volume includes a paper related to iconicity in music and its interaction with language. Other papers range from the theoretical issues involved in the evolution of language, to those that offer many ‘inside-out’ claims, such as claiming that nouns are derived from pronouns, and as such should more properly be called ‘pro-pronouns’. Also, this volume includes perhaps the first English-language analysis of the iconic aspects of sound symbolism in a prayer from the Koran. This is a truly interdisciplinary collection that should turn some of the notions of iconicity in language and literature ‘outside-in’ and ‘inside-out’.
[Iconicity in Language and Literature, 4]  2005.  x, 427 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface and acknowledgements
vii
List of contributors
ix
Introduction: Iconicity in-side-out
William J. Herlofsky, Costantino Maeder and Olga Fischer
1–12
Theoretical issues
Iconicity or iconization? Probing the dynamic interface between language and perception
Paul Bouissac
15–37
On the role of iconic motivation in conceptual metaphor: Has metaphor theory come full circle?
Beate Hampe
39–66
Relative motivation in Gustave Guillaume’s theory
Philippe Monneret
67–78
The beginnings of iconicity in the work of F. T. Marinetti
Peter Gahl
79–93
Negative or inverted iconicity
Mimesis lost – meaning gained
Alwin F. Fill
97–111
Non-supplemented blanks in works of literature as forms of ‘iconicity of absence’
Werner Wolf
113–132
Photographs in narrative
Christina Ljungberg
133–149
Coconut shells and creaking doors: A semiotic approach to the avant-garde radio play’s sound-effects
John J. White
151–169
Iconicity and sound
The iconic-cognitive role of fricatives and plosives: A phono-semantic analysis of a classical Arabic prayer Al-falaq
Afnan H. Fatani
173–193
Iconic uses of rhyme
Max Nänny
195–215
Iconic strategies in Monteverdi’s Madrigali guerrieri ed amorosi : "Altri canti d’amor"
Christophe Georis
217–237
Iconicity and structure
Frozen locutions – frozen dimensions: LEFT and RIGHT in English, German and Russian
Doris Schönefeld
241–265
Some iconic correlations in language and their impact on the parole-langue dichotomy
Pablo I. Kirtchuk-Halevi
267–286
The iconicity of infinitival complementation in Present-day English causatives
Willem B. Hollmann
287–306
Linguistic representations of motion events: What is signifier and what is signified?
Dan I. Slobin
307–322
Now you see it, now you don’t: Imagic diagrams in the spatial mapping of signed (JSL) discourse
William J. Herlofsky
323–345
Iconicity and narrative
Pirandello’s Si Gira : Iconicity and titles
Isabella Sardo
349–358
Narrative structures and iconicity in Yasmina Reza’s Une désolation
Barbara Kuhn
359–374
Iconicity as a function of point of view
Elżbieta Tabakowska
375–387
Iconic functions of phraseological units and metaphor
Judith Munat
389–410
Author index
411
Subject index
417
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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