Reported Speech

Forms and functions of the verb

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| Free University of Amsterdam
| University of Leiden
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In sentences containing reported speech, thought, or perception, it is possible to distinguish different voices or views, associated with different discourse roles. They originate in two different clauses: one clause signals a reporting situation, and the other a reported situation.
This volume examines the methods used for combining these two types of clauses in a range of languages. In each of the contributions, the focus is on the forms and functions of verbs; topics dealt with include the meaning of tense, mood, and aspect (and their interaction) in the various types of reported speech, the speech act status of reported utterances, correlations between reporting verbs and verbs in reported clauses (and the conjunctions introducing them), and possible intra-systemic and cross-linguistic correlations of these properties.
The articles concentrate on the Slavic languages Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian, Croatian, and Slovene, the Romance languages Latin, Old and Modern French, and Spanish, the Germanic languages Swedish, German, Dutch, and English, the Indo-Iranian language Bengali, and Mandarin Chinese.
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 43]  1996.  x, 312 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors
vii
Abbreviations used in the glosses
viii
Introductory remarks on reported speech and thought
Theo Janssen and Wim van der Wurff
1
1. Slavic languages
Shifting points of orientation in Modern Russian: Tense selection in ‘reported perception’
Adriaan Barentsen
15
Reported speech in South Slavic
Jadranka Gvozdanović
57
2. Romance languages
The verb in indirect speech in Old French: System in change
Brigitte L.M. Bauer
75
Modal patterns of direct and indirect discourse in Peninsular Spanish: An analysis within the framework of speech act typology
Henk Haverkate
97
Reported speech in Latin
A. Machtelt Bolkestein
121
Tense in (free) indirect discourse in French
Rita Landeweerd and Co Vet
141
3. Germanic languages
Reported speech in Swedish
Harry Perridon
165
Modality of verb forms in German reported speech
Abraham P. ten Cate
189
Tense and temporal ordering in English and Dutch indirect speech
Ronny Boogaart
213
Tense in reported speech and its frame of reference
Theo Janssen
237
Sequence of tenses in English and Bengali
Wim van der Wurff
261
4. Chinese
Free indirect speech in Chinese
Elly Hagenaar
289
Index
299
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  96009656