Modes of Discourse: The Local Structure of Texts

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Index of names
Ariel 143
Aristotle 38, 69, 119
Arnold et al. 216, 227
Asher 81
Bach, Kent 50
Baker 139
Banfield 157, 160
Barker 143
Biber 43
Birner 217
Birner & Ward 215, 217, 218, 223, 225
Blakemore 146
Bolinger 174, 185, 205, 224
Braddock 238
Bransford et al. 54
Brennan 193
Britton 41
Brooks & Warren 40
Caenepeel 30, 101, 155, 170, 232
Cairns 28, 40
Cantrall 138, 173
Chafe 42, 195, 197, 236
Chierchia 192
Chu 133
Cinque 56, 164
Clancy 148
Clark 116
Comrie 171
Connors 41
Corbett 39
Culicover 11
Damasio 21, 116
Daneš 187, 204, 245
Delin 219–20
Dowty 128
Enc¸ 100
Erbaugh 129–33
Erteschik-Shir 194
Erteschik-Shir & Lappin 229
Faigley & Meyer 41
Fauconnier 177
Fillmore 116
Firbas 196
Flashner 148
Fleischman 171
Fox 147
Freksa 116, 117
Friedman 116
Garnham 44
Genette 157
Genung 40
Giora 236
Givón 194, 196
Gordon & Chan 147, 217
Goutsos 237
Green 223
Grice 50, 141
Grimes 261
Grimshaw 129
Gruber 124
Gundel 203
Gundel et al. 144
Gussenhoven 201
Gutwinski 47
Hagège 137, 138
Hajičová & Sgall 188, 203, 227

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • I Discourse Structure 5
  • 1: The Study of Discourse 7
  • 2: Introduction to the Discourse Modes 22
  • 3: Text Representation and Understanding 49
  • II: Linguistic Analysis of the Discourse Modes 65
  • 4: Aspectual Information 67
  • 5: Temporal and Spatial Progression 92
  • 6: Referring Expressions in Discourse 123
  • III: Surface Presentational Factors 153
  • 7: Subjectivity in Texts 155
  • 8: The Contribution of Surface Presentation 185
  • 9: Non-Canonical Structures and Presentation 213
  • IV: Discourse Modes and Their Context 241
  • 10: Information in Text Passages 243
  • 11: Discourse Structure and Discourse Modes 258
  • Appendix A - The Texts 267
  • Appendix B - Glossary 286
  • References 294
  • General Index 314
  • Index of Names 318
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