LING210 Speech & Thought Presentation

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What is narrators representation of voice (NV)
minmal reference to speech taking place with no indication of words used, content, or speech act performed
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What is narrators representation of speech act (NRSA)
reference to the illocutionary force of an utterance, possibly with an indication of the topic
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What is narrators representation of indirect speech act (IS)
representation of an utterance/utterances via a reporting clause, followed by a grammatical subordinated reporting clause and using language that is appropriate to the narrator
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What is narrators representation of free indirect speech (FIS)
representation of an utterance/ utterances typically without a reporting clause and using language that is partly appropriate to the narrator (e.g. tense and pronouns) and partly to the character (e.g. lexis, deixis & grammatical structures)
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What is narrators representation of direct speech (DS)
representation of an utterance/ utterances typically via a reporting clause and a grammatically independent reporting clause, which is typically enclosed within quotation marks. The language used in the reporting clauses is appropriate to character
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What are the conventional faithfulness claims for the presentation of speech?
NV: speech took place NRSA: speech act specified IS: propositional content specified FIS:?? DS: words used to express the propositional content specified
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What is narrators representation of direct thought (DT)
e.g. thought Richard- uses the direct clause
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What is narrators representation of free indirect thought (FIT)
e.g. he looked at her photograph. did she still love him?
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What is narrators representation of indirect thought (IT)
he wondered if she still loved him
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What is narrators representation of thought act (NRTA)
he wondered about her love
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What is narrators representation of internal narration (NI)
he was suddenly assailed by doubts
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