The Syntax of Sentence and Text

A Festschrift for František Daneš

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This is a collection of papers inspired by the work of František Daneš and is published in honour of his 75th birthday. Daneš' international contribution to the development of Prague School functionalism, the theory of functional sentence perspective, discourse studies and semantics is reflected in the 27 papers collected in four thematic sections of this volume.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
9
Preface
11
Selected Bibliography of the Publications of Professor František Daneš, PhDr., DrSc
17
I. Prague School Functionalism
Factionalism versus Formalism in East and West
Robert de Beaugrande
29
Centre and Periphery, Delicacy and Fuzz
Nils Erik Enkvist
43
Karl Bühler's Field Theory in the Light of the Current Interest in Pragmatics
Paul L. Garvin
59
Vilém Mathesius as One of the Forerunners of Modern Textological Research
Josef Vachek
67
II. Functional Sentence Perspective and Thematic Progressions
“I'm Sorry, I'll Read that Again”: Information Structure in Writing
Martin Davies
75
Functional Sentence Perspective within a Model of Natural Textlinguistics
Wolfgang U. Dressler
89
On Thematic Configurations in Texts: Orientation and goals
Anna Duszak †
105
Substantiating Daneš's View of Givenness as a Graded Phenomenon
Jan Firbas
119
Is There Implicit Inclusion of Preceding Predicates in Anaphorics of Nominals or Pronominals?
Roland Harweg
131
Discourse as Determinacy
Philip A. Luelsdorff
147
Some Aspects of the Syntactic and Semantic Text-Composition: The Topic - Comment Structure of Initial Text Sentences from a Semiotic Textological Point of View
János Sánder Petöfi
165
Functional Sentence Perspective in Modern and Old Javanese
Eugenius M. Uhlenbeck
179
III. Text and Discourse
Discontinuity in Texts
Maria-Elisabeth Conte
195
Voices of Intention and Interpretation: On “The Czech Dreambook” by Ludvík Vaculík
Svĕtla Čmejrková
205
On the Means of Expressing Vagueness and Uncertainty in Czech Discourse
Jana Hoffmannová
219
Repetition and Variation as Stylistic Principles of a Text Structure
Jirí Kraus
237
On Mutual Transformations between Spoken and Written Text
Olga Müllerová
247
‘Passive’ Moves in Argumentation
Sorin Stati
259
E-mail as a New Subvariety of Medium and its Effects upon the Message
Ludmila Uhlírová
273
From Syntax to Text: Problems in Producing Scientific Abstracts in L2
Eija Ventola
283
IV. Grammar and Semantics
Notes on the Functions of Grammatical Units in Language System and in Discourse
Alexander V. Bondarko
307
Sentential Complementation and Truth
Andrzej Bogusławski
317
Simultaneous Encoding of Morpho-Syntactic and Textual Features in Oral Narrative Prose
Hansjakob Seiler
333
Acceptability and the Scope of Grammar
František Štícha
341
On Relative Pronouns in Czech and German (jenž - který, der - welcher)
Miroslav Komárek
359
Constructions with Verbs and Abstract Nouns in Czech (Analytical Predicates)
Eva Machácková
365
Potential Valency Components from the Point of View of Historical Lexicography
Igor Němec
375
Subject Index
383
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  94012314