The Grammar of Autobiography: A Developmental Account

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Index

A
Aarts, 64, 114, 203
Ability, 96, 99, 115, 142, 167, 199, (non)ability, 103
Accountability, 76
accounting, 63, 108, 149-71, 184, 188, (self-), 64
Activity-types (definition), 33
Addressee, 36, 37, 41, 49, 66, 78, 79, 107, 115, 136, 144, 178, 199
addressivity, 154
Adverb, 22, 30, 48, 100,
adverbial delimiter, 101, 195,
intensifier, 101, 195
adverbial modification, 101
adverb satellites, 63, 66
epistemic adverb, 180
Advice, 71, 72
Agency, 72, 150-157
discourse of agency, 149-171
gradient of agency, 132
reactive agency, 153, and
victimcy, 153, 161
agentive, 198
agentive features, 110, 133, 198
agentless emotions, 161
Antinucci, 203
Apodosis, 82
and protasis, 82
Aspect, 78, 110, 112, 114, 163, 124- 126, 198
aspectual distinctions, 59, 113, 124
aspectual meaning, 30
perfective aspect, 67
progressive aspect, 67, 78, 123, 152, 78
sporadic aspect,
Assertion, 37, 100, 101, 153, 199
assertive, 78, 102, 139
(non)assertive, 102
Attitude diminisher, 102
speaker attitude, 27
Austin, 32, 203
Authority, 18, 20, 34, 71, 73, 89, 99, 101, 135, 136, 176, 178, 185, 186
anti-authoritarian
development, 27, 73
Autobiographical discourse as
degenerate empirical
knowledge, 152
autobiographical memory system, 3, 8, 158
autobiographical writing, 163, 186, self in, 150
Auxiliation, 19

B
Baker, 47, 203
Bamberg, 9, 12, 13, 16, 28, 105, 106, 108, 113, 114, 115, 127, 139, 145, 146, 149, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 203
Banville, 134, 203
Barnsley, 150, 157, 163, 186
Bar-Tal, 176, 215
Barwise, 33, 203
Bates, 29, 204
Bauman, 56, 174, 179, 204
Bean, 56, 212
Behaviorism, 1, mentalism-
behaviourism paradigm, 5
Bellugi, 41, 42, 204
Benson, 3, 204
Benveniste, 17, 19, 113, 119, 134, 204
Berman, 13, 112, 113, 115, 138, 145, 164, 186, 187, 204
Biber, 73, 204, 214
Billman, 41, 216
Binding, 162, 203
and unfolding, 67, 162, 203, 162

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