Directions in Empirical Literary Studies: In Honor of Willie Van Peer
Directions in Empirical Literary Studies is on the cutting edge of empirical studies and is a much needed volume. It both widens the scope of empirical studies and looks at them from an intercultural perspective by bringing together renowned scholars from the fields of philosophy, sociology, psychology, linguistics and literature, all focusing on how empirical studies have impacted these different areas. Theoretical issues are discussed and solid methods are presented. Some chapters also show the relation between empirical studies and new technology, examining developments in computer science and corpus linguistics. This book takes a global perspective, with contributors from many different countries, both senior and junior researchers. Broad in scope and interdisciplinary in nature, it contributes with the state-of-the-art developments in the field.
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Theoretical and Philosophical Perspectives
Myth or reality? 283 18 Language allergy Myth or reality?
Empirical research into the processing of free indirect
Notes towards a new philology
A theory of expressive reading
Psychology Foregrounding and Literature
Foregrounding and feeling in response to narrative
Two levels of foregrounding in literary narratives
Metaphors and softwareassisted cognitive stylistics
Searching for style in Modern American Poetry
The laws governing the history of poetry
The new generation
Mariya Sergeyeva Anna Chesnokova
Proper names in the translation of The Lord of the Rings
The case of North Korea
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