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Title: Discurso literário e lingüística de corpus: Uma visão empírica
Other Titles: Literary discourse and corpus linguistics: An empirical perspective
Author(s): Zyngier, Sonia
Viana, Vander
Giordani, Natalia
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Keywords: Literary discourse
Corpus Linguistics
text analysis
empirical approach
Issue Date: 31-Jul-2011
Date Deposited: 21-May-2016
Citation: Zyngier S, Viana V & Giordani N (2011) Discurso literário e lingüística de corpus: Uma visão empírica [Literary discourse and corpus linguistics: An empirical perspective]. Cadernos de Letras (UFRJ), 28, pp. 99-107.
Abstract: This article demonstrates how studies which work on the interface between language and literature can resort to Corpus Linguistics to develop evidence-based analyses. In this sense, they avoid – to a certain extent – the subjectivism of hermeneutic interpretations. From the notions of foregrounding and defamiliarization and from the description of language proposed by Corpus Linguistics, the studies here described indicate but a few paths to be taken by those who intend to work on the meeting-ground between Literature and Corpus Linguistics.
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