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  1. Literature as Discourse.Roger Fowler - 1976 - Royal Institute of Philosophy Lectures 10:174-194.
    I would say that syntax is a significant, if shifty, index of a writer's perspective on his subject-matter. In this light, please consider the syntax of my title. It is two nouns connected by a logical term, ‘as’. On one version of the programme for this lecture series, the word ‘as’ is misprinted as ‘and’; this makes a big difference. A simple conjunction of two nouns, ‘Literature and Discourse’, would suggest that I accept the meanings of the two words as (...)
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  • Thomas A. Sebeok: In Memoriam.W. C. Watt - 2003 - Semiotica 2003 (147):1-9.
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