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By Natalia Igl, Sonja Zeman

The publication bargains a singular method of the query of ways to version narrativity opposed to the history of perspectivization. by means of bringing jointly contributions from neuro- and cognitive linguistics, literary reviews, and imagine conception, the amount uncovers uncomplicated mechanisms of perspectivization which are universal to the several degrees of linguistic constitution, literary novels, and narrative photos. As such, it's also a publication on narrative perspectivization on account that its contributions study intimately the perspectival ideas in medieval, romantic and postmodern literature, within the micro-linguistic constitution of language, narrative images, literary novels, dramatic texts, and daily tales. In doing so, it contributes either to the theoretical debate at the middle definition of narrativity and gives new empirical investigations on perspectival ideas in particular ancient, medial, and style constellations. This quantity could be of curiosity to students and scholars of cognitive linguistics, narrative examine and (transmedial) narratology, cognitive poetics, and stylistics.

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The concept of perspectivization differs in that it foregrounds the fact that the relevant aspect of reality only comes into being within the process of perspectivization, that is, by means of the choice of a point of view. The concept of deixis thus foregrounds the relationship between the subject (which can, as we have seen before, be split into different roles) and the world, while the concept of perspectivization foregrounds the relationship between the subject and its observation of the world.

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Kawashima, Gilles Philippe & Thelma Sowley (eds), 17–41. Bern: Peter Lang. . Note that, although the principle was exemplified for a literary text, it is not restricted to literariness as the same holds for everyday oral storytelling (cf. Zeman, forthcoming a). Chapter 1. Perspectivization as a link between narrative micro- and macro-structure  Bally, Charles. 1950. Linguistique générale et linguistique française. Bern: Francke. Banfield, Anne. 1982. Unspeakable Sentences: Narration and Representation in the Language of Fiction.

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