Much More than Metaphor

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The monograph argues for a return to a more fine-grained repertoire of tropes than the limiting analyses focused on metaphor or on the metaphor-metonymy duet. A list of ten 'master tropes 'is proposed, not only as candidates for tropological univers…

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    Om Much More than Metaphor

    The monograph argues for a return to a more fine-grained repertoire of tropes than the limiting analyses focused on metaphor or on the metaphor-metonymy duet. A list of ten 'master tropes 'is proposed, not only as candidates for tropological universals but also important text-forming strategies and a reflection of artistic imagination. The author presents a three-layered model of their organization into micro-, macro- and mega-/metatropes that partake in the construal of tropological space and figurative worlds. The book brings together Anglo-American and French-language philosophy of rhetoric, cognitive studies, and a tradition of Russian formalistic-semiotic research. It straddles the boundary between linguistic and literary stylistics as well as between post- structural and cognitive poetics, pointing also to an interdisciplinary nature of tropes.

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Filformat
    PDF
    Utgivelsesår
    2013
    Forlag
    Peter Lang AG
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9783653029581
    Sider
    195

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