The Scene of Linguistic Action and its Perspectivization by SPEAK, TALK, SAY and TELL
The four papers presented in this volume are corpus-based investigations into the meaning of the verbs speak, talk, say and tell. More specifically they want to explore how the scene of linguistic action has been put into perspective by these four high-frequency verbs.
[Pragmatics & Beyond, III:6] 1982. vi, 186 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction | p. 1
Framing the Scene of Linguistic Action by Means of SpeakEmma Vorlat | p. 9
Talk: Linguistic Action Perspectivized as DiscourseRené Dirven | p. 37
Say: Focus on the MessageLouis Goossens | p. 85
Aspects of the Linguistic Action Scene with TellYvan Putseys | p. 133
Conclusion | p. 165
Appendix | p. 173
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