Prolegomena to a Semiolinguistic Theory of Character

Poetica 7:1-49 (1977)
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An approach to the analysis of character as a complement to structural analyses that focus only on plot. Propp's treatment of character roles in his Morphology of the Folktale is a point of departure. The work of linguists and logicians on propositional structure is drawn upon.
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