Irregular perspective shifts and perspective persistence
Discourse-oriented and theoretical approaches
Special issue of Pragmatics 29:2 (2019)
[Pragmatics, 29:2] 2019. v, 154 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher:International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
Irregular perspective shifts and perspective persistence, discourse-oriented and theoretical approachesCaroline Gentens, María Sol Sansiñena, Stef Spronck & An Van linden | pp. 155–169
Changing perspectives: Something old, something newLieven Vandelanotte | pp. 170–197
Recursive embedding of viewpoints, irregularity, and the role for a flexible frameworkMax van Duijn & Arie Verhagen | pp. 198–225
The emergence of viewpoints in multiple perspective constructionsSonja Zeman | pp. 226–249
In the beginning there was conversation: Fictive direct speech in the Hebrew BibleSergeiy Sandler & Esther Pascual | pp. 250–276
Solega defenestration: Underspecified perspective shift in an unwritten Dravidian languageAung Si & Stef Spronck | pp. 277–301
Indexical ‘mismatch’; or, adaptability at workJef Verschueren | pp. 302–308
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