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Bridging the Gap Between Conversation Analysis and Poetics
Bridging the Gap Between Conversation Analysis and Poetics
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Bridging the Gap Between Conversation Analysis and Poetics

Studies in Talk-In-Interaction and Literature Twenty-Five Years after Jefferson
Raymond F. Person, Jr., Robin Wooffitt, John P. Rae
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Bridging the Gap Between Conversation Analysis and Poetics

Studies in Talk-In-Interaction and Literature Twenty-Five Years after Jefferson
Raymond F. Person, Jr., Robin Wooffitt, John P. Rae
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This collection extends the conversation beginning with Gail Jefferson's seminal 1996 article, "On the Poetics of Ordinary Talk, " linking the poetics of ordinary talk with the work of poets to bring together critical perspectives on new data from talk-in-interaction and applications of Jefferson's poetics to literary discourse.

Bringing together contributions from Conversation Analysis and literary scholars, the book begins by analyzing the presentation which served as the genesis for Jefferson's article to highlight the occurrence of poetics in institutional talk. The first section then provides an in-depth examination of case studies from Conversation Analysis which draw on new data from naturally occurring discourse. The second half explores literary poetics as a form of institutional talk emerging from the poetics of ordinary talk, offering new possibilities for interpreting work in classics, biblical studies, folklore studies and contemporary literature. Each chapter engages in a discussion of Jefferson's article toward reinforcing the relationships between the two disciplines and indicating a way forward for interdisciplinary scholarship.

The collection highlights the enduring influence of Jefferson's poetics to our understanding of language, both talk-in interaction and literary discourse, making this book of particular interest to students and researchers in Conversation Analysis, literary studies, stylistics, and pragmatics.

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Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Year
2021
ISBN
9781000533286
Topic
Languages & Linguistics
Subtopic
Linguistics
Edition
1

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