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Metaphor and metonymy

Kathryn L. Allan

Metaphor and metonymy

a diachronic approach

by Kathryn L. Allan

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Published by Blackwell Pub. in Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom, Malden, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metaphor,
  • English language -- Metonyms,
  • English language -- Discourse analysis,
  • English language -- Style

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKathryn Allan.
    SeriesPublications of the Philological Society, 42
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1445.M4 A45 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22653083M
    ISBN 109781405190855
    LC Control Number2008043503

      Metonymy and Metaphor in Grammar的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人,还是一件事,都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。将这些话题细分出来,分别进行讨论,会有   metonymy •Available for reinterpretation: telic and agentive role of each word Mary enjoyed the book. (read, write) John began a novel. (read, write) •Logical metonymy: Use of a noun phrase to suggest an event associated with that noun phrase. Metonymy: one phrase is used in place of another Logical: triggered by type requirements which

    This clear and lucid primer fills an important need by providing a comprehensive account of the many new developments in the study of metaphor over the last twenty years and their impact on our understanding of language, culture, and the mind. Beginning with Lakoff and Johnson's seminal work in Metaphors We Live By, Kövecses outlines the development of "the cognitive linguistic theory of ?id=npm_Ebota4kC. Cognitive Explorations into Metaphor and Metonymy Edited By Frank Polzenhagen, Zoltan Kövecses, Stefanie Vogelbacher and Sonja Kleinke This volume presents selected contributions to an annual symposium on metaphor and metonymy held at the English Department of Heidelberg ://

    The way in which we understand the concept of intelligence is rooted in metaphor and metonymy. This book explores the motivation for some of the lexemes in this semantic field across the history of the English language, considering the range of cognitive mechanisms and cultural factors that can inform metaphorical ://   Metaphor and metonymy are usually regarded as figures of speech. Although the terms derive from literary theory, they might be better regarded


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The way in which we understand the concept of intelligence is rooted   Further approaches dwell on different stretches of this metaphor-metonymy continuum.

Still other papers probe into the specialized conceptual division of labor associated with both modes of Metaphor and metonymy book. Two new breakthroughs in the cognitive linguistics approach to metaphor and metonymy have recently been developed: one is the three-domain approach  › Books › Reference › Words, Language & Grammar.

21 hours ago  Metaphor and Metonymy across Time and Cultures This volume offers new insights into figurative language and its Metaphor and metonymy book role as a factor of linguistic change.

The case studies included in this book explore some of the different ways new metaphoric and metonymic expressions emerge and spread among speech communities, and how these changes can   Metaphor and Metonymy at the Crossroads is a collection of essays, most of them written from a cognitive linguistics standpoint by leading specialists in the fields of conceptual metaphor and metonymy, and conceptual integration (blending).

The book has two This book describes methods, risks, and challenges involved in the construction of metaphor and metonymy digital repositories. The first part of this volume showcases established and new projects around the world in which metaphors and metonymies are harvested and :// The book elaborates one of Roman Jakobson's many brilliant ideas, i.e.

his insight that the two cognitive strategies of the metaphoric and the metonymic are the end-points on a continuum of conceptualization processes. This elaboration is achieved on the background of Lakoff and Johnson's twodomain approach, i.e.

the mapping of a source onto a target domain of conceptualization. Further ?lang=en. Book Review: Metaphor and Metonymy at the Crossroads. A Cognitive Perspective Article (PDF Available) in Language and Literature 11(2) May with Reads   The book under review is concerned with theoretical as well as empirical and applied issues of the interaction between metaphor and metonymy in cognitive linguistics.

It has four contributions from authors also contributing to Panther and Radden (), but only one of these (by Turner and Fauconnier) is largely identical with the chapter in the earlier  › 百度文库 › 互联网. metaphor and metonymy - A Cognitive Comparison of Metaphor and Metonymy Allan Fang Contents u In the book Metaphors We Live By, Lakoff pointed out metaphor and metonymy have deep connections with the shaping of human cognitive  › 百度文库 › 互联网.

Book Reviews seven types of relations: literalness, metonymy, metaphor, and anomaly are preference- based relations; redundancy, inconsistency, and novelty are assertion-based.

Processing metonymy, metaphor, and the other tropes can then be viewed as discriminating be- The present book provides a detailed criticism of experientialist semantics, focusing both on philosophical issues connected with experientialism and on cognitive approaches to metaphor and metonymy.

Particular emphasis is placed on the works of George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, but other cognitivists are also taken into ://   This book is the first in-depth research monograph to bring together qualitative and quantitative evidence of metaphor-metonymy combinations in real multimodal discourse.

It combines detailed case study analyses with corpus-based analysis and psycholinguistic enquiry to provide the reader with a prismatic approach to the topic of figurative  › Books › Reference › Words, Language & Grammar.

Referring to Lakoff and Johnson (), Barcelona ( a:5) stresses the fact that " both metaphor and metonymy are regarded in cognitive linguistics as conventional mental mechanisms This book describes methods, risks, and challenges involved in the construction of metaphor and metonymy digital repositories.

The first part of this volume showcases established and new projects around the world in which metaphors and metonymies are harvested and classified.

The second part provides a series of cognitive linguistic studies focused on highlighting and discussing theoretical The present book provides a detailed criticism of experientialist semantics, focusing both on philosophical issues connected with experientialism and on cognitive approaches to metaphor and metonymy.

Particular emphasis is placed on the works of George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, but other cognitivists are also taken into consideration. Verena Haser proposes a new approach to the distinction The difference between metaphor and metonymy then arises, when a metaphor draws a relation between two different objects/situations/persons for better understanding.

For instance, if one says he is the office clown, it does not literally mean that this individual dresses up like a clown and comes to entertain everyone in the simply means that this individual has a great sense of Another conceptual relation that permits metonymy is that between a document and the content of the document.

Thus the word bookrefers to a physical object: a collection of sheets with printing or pictures on them that is bound together. But we can also use the word to refer to the informational content of the physical ://:_How. Metonymy is also different from a metaphor, which draws resemblance between two different things.

For instance, in the sentence, “You are sunlight and I moon,” (Sun and Moon by Miss Saigon), sunlight and the moon, and humans are quite different things without any :// (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary The way in which we understand the concept of intelligence is rooted in metaphor and metonymy; for example, it is common to describe people as 'bright' or 'thick'.

This book explores the motivation for some of the lexemes in this semantic field across the history of the English language, considering the range. Metaphor and metonymy: A diachronic approach. By Kathryn Allan. (Publications of the philological society ) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, Pp.

x, ISBN $ Reviewed by Min-Chien Lee and Siaw-Fong Chung, National Chengchi University?p=  and grammar, a book on metonymy and metaphor in grammar requires a sufficiently clear conception of grammar, on the one hand, and of figuration,on the other, to make a case for the interaction between the two.

In the sections that follow we suggest some answers to the question of how figurationrelates to grammar, focusing in particular   Metaphor and metonymy: A diachronic approach.

By Kathryn Allan. (Publications of the philological society ) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, Pp. x, ISBN $ Reviewed by Min-Chien Lee and Siaw-Fong Chung, National Chengchi University In Ch. 1of this book, Kathryn Allan probes into different factors which motivate the mappings of - Lee&