On the validation of text grammars in the study of literature. by Jens Ihwe

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Series Title. JANOS S. PETOFI TEXT-GRAMMARS, TEXT-THEORY AND THE THEORY OF LITERATURE 0. INTRODUCTION In the same way as studies with the adjectives `generative' and `transformational' in their titles began to increase with ever growing rapidity some years ago, the number of studies dealing with `text-grammatical' or, in more general sense, `text-theoretical' problems are now by: MODELS FOR TEXT GRAMMARS* TEUN A.

VAN DIJK 1. INTRODUCTION: TOWARDS TEXTUAL LINGUISTICS One of the major recent developments in linguistics is undoubtedly the rapidly growing interest for the elaboration of a theory of texts and 'text grammars'.

What first seemed to be merely a series of scattered and. If we consider how theoretical operations belonging to the methodological inventory of linguistics are carried out (i.

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Texts constructed as literature have their own codes and practices, and the more we know of them, the more we can "decode" the text. Consequently, there is in regard to the question of meaning the matter of reader competency, as it is called, the experience and knowledge of decoding literary texts.

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