Chapter published in:Pragmatics and Literature
Edited by Siobhan Chapman and Billy Clark
[Linguistic Approaches to Literature 35] 2019
► pp. 165–190
Chapter 8Mapping the texture of the Berlin Wall
Metonymy, layered worlds, and critical Implicatures in Sarah Kirsch’s poem “Naturschutzgebiet/nature reserve”
- 8.2Sarah Kirsch and her work
- 8.4.1Cognitive linguistic accounts of metonymy
- 8.4.2Relevance-theoretic accounts of metonymy
- 8.4.3Cognitive-pragmatic accounts of metonymy
- 8.5Textual analysis
- 8.5.1Building the text worlds of the Berlin Wall: Metonymies of past and present
- 8.5.2Metaphors along the wall: Metonymies of nature and reserve
- 8.5.3The wall as protection: Metonymy of effect for cause
Published online: 05 December 2019
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