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A Multimodal View of Aspectuality in Oral Narratives
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A Multimodal View of Aspectuality in Oral Narratives

Valeriia Denisova
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A Multimodal View of Aspectuality in Oral Narratives

Valeriia Denisova
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The book focuses on event boundedness which can be expressed in the aspectual distinction (perfective and imperfective) and on kinesthetic level between gestures that include one or several energy impulses (bounded) and smooth gestures (unbounded). The correlation of verbal and gestural expression of event boundedness is studied on the basis of oral narratives produced by Russian L1, French L1 and (Russians as) French L2 speakers. The results reveal differences in event construal in multimodal terms by speakers of different languages. Overall, the book gives insight into not only the category of aspect, but also the ways in which it is realized in spontaneous oral narratives, and more generally: event construal on the verbal and gestural levels.

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Publisher
Peter Lang
Year
2019
ISBN
9783631795149
Topic
Literature
Subtopic
Feminist Literary Criticism
Edition
1

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