19.2159, Qs: Cognitive Poetics

Mon Jul 7 13:34:27 UTC 2008

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Subject: 19.2159, Qs: Cognitive Poetics

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Date: 06-Jul-2008
From: Adam Glaz < adam.glaz at umcs.lublin.pl >
Subject: Cognitive Poetics


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Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 09:33:28
From: Adam Glaz [adam.glaz at umcs.lublin.pl]
Subject: Cognitive Poetics
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Dear Linguists,

Is anyone aware of a textbook-like introduction to cognitive poetics
(possibly under other names) other than Stockwell 2002 (plus Gavins and
Steen 2003) or Tsur 1992/2008 (Toward a Theory of Cognitive Poetics)?

Would be grateful for any suggestions,

Adam Glaz
UMCS, Lublin, Poland
adam.glaz at umcs.lublin.pl 

Linguistic Field(s): Ling & Literature

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