Poetry and song without sound

Autor/a: KLIMA, Edward; BELLUGI, Ursula
Año: 1976
Editorial: Cognition nº4 (1976) pp. 45-97
Tipo de código: Copyright
Soporte: Digital


Historia, Arte y Cultura, Lingüística


The study of poetry for its own sake reqires no justification. Yet the analysis of such heightened uses of language can also inform us about the psychological reality of linguistic constructs. For spoken languages, analysis of the poetic function has revealed the sensitivity of language users to grammatical elements of their language: to sound as sound, to grammatical categories as grammatical categories - has revealed an awareness of these elements as more than just fleeting vehicles for the expression of meaning In