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Language Production and Interpretation: Linguistics meets Cognition

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Query Subject:   non-literal use of Motion Vs
Author:   Stathis Selimis
Submitter Email:  click here to access email

Query:   I am investigating non-literal, including clearly metaphorical, uses of Motion Verbs in early child-adult interaction in Greek and English (both as L1). Could you send me any recent references and/or papers on metaphor and akin phenomena (e.g. fictive motion) in child language compatible with the Cognitive Theory of Metaphor? I am already aware of two relevant dissertations: C.R. Johnson (1999) and S. Ozcaliskan (2002).
I will post a summary of responses.
Thanks.
Stathis Selimis,
Ph.D. candidate
sselimis@yahoo.gr
LL Issue: 8.1471
Date posted: 12-Oct-1997



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