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Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe (Pragmatics  Beyond New Series) e-book

Author:

Marina Dossena,Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti

Language:

English

Category:

Reference

Subcategory:

Words Language & Grammar

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1481 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

John Benjamins Publishing Company (April 16, 2012)

Pages:

262

ISBN:

9027256233

Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe (Pragmatics Beyond New Series) e-book

by Marina Dossena,Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti


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University of Bergamo. Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti. This book is a welcome - and a well done - addition to the increasing family of both studies in late modern linguistics in general and in letter writing in particular. University of Florence. Minna Nevala, University of Helsinki, in Journal of Historical Pragmatics, Vol 16:1 (2015).

Marina Dossena & Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti (ed. Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe. ISBN 9789027256232 (hardback), vii, 254 pp. €9. 0. Marina Dossena discusses the main theoretical and methodological challenges by focusing on such problematic issues as obtaining and processing the primary sources, the lack of biographical and social network information about the people involved, the terminology employed in identifying the types of documents or participants involved in discursive exchange, the physical qualities of the text, issues in transcription, and the diaglossic nature of. correspondence.

Modern Europe - Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 218 (Hardback).

Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe - Pragmatics & Beyond New Series 218 (Hardback). Hardback 254 Pages, Published: 16/04/2012.

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Marina Dossena, Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti. Teaching grammar and composition through letter writing in seventeenth and eighteenthcentury England. In recent years there has been a renewed interest in correspondence both as a literary genre and as cultural practice, and several studies have appeared, mainly spanning the centuries between Early and Late Modern times.

While it is common to regard specifically private correspondence as a space for identity construction, Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti shows in her study of nineteenth-century commercial correspondence how the subjective presence of writers as identified through self-mention also plays an important role in letters falling "between the public and the private sphere". Publication: European English Messenger.

Welcome to e-content platform of John Benjamins Publishing Company. recommendto/form?webId s%2F15699854&title Journal+of+Historical+Pragmatics&issn 1566-5852&eissn 1569-9854. Journal of Historical Pragmatics - Recommend this title to your library.

Marina Dossena & Gabriella Del Lungo Camiciotti: Letter Writing in Late Modern Europe. Aurelija Tamošiūnaitė. Published: 1 January 2015. by Walter de Gruyter GmbH. in Journal of Historical Sociolinguistics.

In recent years there has been a renewed interest in correspondence both as a literary genre and as cultural practice, and several studies have appeared, mainly spanning the centuries between Early and Late Modern times. However, it is between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that the roots of contemporary usage begin to evolve, thanks to the circulation of new educational materials and more widespread schooling practices. In this volume, chapters representing diverse but complementary methodological approaches discuss linguistic and discursive practices of correspondence in Late Modern Europe, in order to offer material for the comparative, cross-linguistic analyses of patterns occurring in different social contexts. The volume aims to provide a general and solid methodological structure for the study of largely untapped language material from a variety of comparable sources, and is expected to appeal to scholars and students interested in the linguistic history of epistolary writing practices, as well as to all those interested in the more recent history of European languages.

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