認知詩学の実践<br>Cognitive Poetics in Practice

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認知詩学の実践
Cognitive Poetics in Practice

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 240 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415277983
  • DDC分類 808.1

基本説明

Involves the application of cognitive linguistics and psychology to literary texts. This student-friendly book provides a set of case-studies to help students understand the theory and master the practice of cognitive poetic analysis.

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Cognitive Poetics is a new way of thinking about literature, involving the application of cognitive linguistics and psychology to literary texts. This student-friendly book provides a set of case studies to help students understand the theory and master the practice of cognitive poetics in analysis.Written by a range of well-known scholars from a variety of disciplines and countries, Cognitive Poetics in Practice offers students a unique insight into this exciting subject. In each chapter, contributors present a practical application of the methods and techniques of cognitive poetics, to a range of texts, from Wilfred Owen to Roald Dahl. The editors' general introduction provides an overview of the field, and each chapter begins with an editors' introduction to set the chapter in context. Specifically designed sections suggesting further activities for students are also provided at the end of each case study. Cognitive Poetics in Practice can be used on its own or as a companion volume to Peter Stockwell's Cognitive Poetics: An Introduction. This book is critical reading for students on courses in cognitive poetics, stylistics and literary linguistics and will be of interest to all those involved in literary studies, critical theory and linguistics.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   ix
List of contributors xi
Contextualising cognitive poetics 1 (12)
Gerard Steen
Joanna Gavins
Introduction 1 (4)
Cognitive poetics and other kinds of 5 (3)
poetics
Cognitive poetics and cognitive 8 (2)
linguistics
Conclusion and future prospects 10 (3)
Surreal figures 13 (14)
Peter Stockwell
Editors' preface 13 (1)
Setting the scene 13 (2)
Making figures out 15 (5)
Drawing attention: the edges of figures 20 (5)
Further activities 25 (2)
Prototypes in dynamic meaning construal 27 (14)
Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr
Editors' preface 27 (1)
Prototypes in dynamic meaning construal 27 (2)
The idea of prototypes 29 (1)
Basic-level categories 30 (1)
Problems with prototype theory 31 (1)
Are conceptual metaphors prototypes? 32 (1)
Prototypes as scripts in text 33 (3)
understanding
Embodied text understanding 36 (2)
Implications 38 (2)
Further activities 40 (1)
Deixis and abstractions: adventures in 41 (14)
space and time
Reuven Tsur
Editors' preface 41 (1)
Deixis and abstractions 41 (2)
Sequential and spatial processing 43 (3)
Time in poetry 46 (8)
Further activities 54 (1)
A cognitive grammar of `Hospital Barge' by 55 (12)
Wilfred Owen
Craig Hamilton
Editors' preface 55 (1)
Introduction 55 (3)
Profiles in `Hospital Barge' by Wilfred 58 (5)
Owen
Concluding discussion 63 (2)
Further activities 65 (2)
`Love stories': cognitive scenarios in love 67 (16)
poetry
Gerard Steen
Editors' preface 67 (1)
`Love stories' and cognitive scenarios 67 (5)
From love scenarios to text content 72 (1)
Text content and text types 73 (8)
Conclusion 81 (1)
Further activities 82 (1)
Possible worlds and mental spaces in 83 (16)
Hemingway's `A very short story'
Elena Semino
Editors' preface 83 (1)
Introduction 83 (1)
The text for analysis 84 (1)
Possible worlds theory and `A very short 85 (4)
story'
Mental space theory and `A very short 89 (9)
story'
Further activities 98 (1)
Conceptual metaphor and its expressions 99 (16)
Peter Crisp
Editors' preface 99 (1)
Concept, system and creativity 99 (6)
Metaphorical language 105(4)
Blending 109(3)
Further activities 112(1)
Appendix 113(2)
Literature as parable 115(14)
Michael Burke
Editors' preface 115(1)
Introduction 115(1)
Some preliminary background 116(1)
The cognitive process of parable 117(2)
Literature as parable 119(2)
A parabolic case study in literature 121(5)
Conclusion 126(1)
Further activities 127(2)
Too much blague? An exploration of the text 129(16)
worlds of Donald Barthelme's Snow White
Joanna Gavins
Editors' preface 129(1)
Introduction 129(1)
Text World Theory 130(2)
Snow White: A text world theory analysis 132(10)
Conclusion 142(1)
Further activities 143(2)
Reading for pleasure: a cognitive poetic 145(16)
analysis of `twists in the tale' and other
plot reversals in narrative texts
Catherine Emmott
Editors' preface 145(1)
Introduction 145(1)
Contextual frame theory and plot reversals 146(4)
Understanding `twists in the tale' and 150(8)
other plot reversals
Conclusion 158(1)
Further activities 159(2)
Writingandreading: the future of cognitive 161(14)
poetics
Keith Oatley
Editors' preface 161(1)
Writingandreading 161(1)
Mimesis 162(5)
Emotions, rasas, and the personal 167(3)
The uses of literature 170(5)
References 175(12)
Index 187