Handbook of semiotics
When the German-language edition of this book was published in 1984, Thomas Sebeok, reviewing it in the Times Literary Supplement, called it "a bravura solo performance by a young German academic who has reduced into the compass of a one-volume manual a vast mass of information about contemporary semiotics. He is obviously abreast of most developments and well organized, has no evident partisan axes to grind, and writes with economy, percision, and lucidity."
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History and Classics of Modern Semiotics
Sign and Meaning
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according aesthetic alphabet analysis approach arbitrary articulation autonomous Barthes behavior biosemiotics characterized chronemic concept connotation cultural defined definition developed dimension discourse discussed distinction distinguished elements ethology example expression field film filmic function gestures glossematics graphemes Greimas guage history of semiotics Hjelmslev ibid iconic interpretation Jakobson kinesics language linguistic literary meaning metaphor miotics modes morphemes Morris myth narrative narratology natural natural signs nonverbal communication object otic paralanguage paralinguistic pasigraphies Peirce Peirce's philosophy phonemes poetic pragmatic Prague School principle proposed proxemic reference referential relation rhetoric Saussure Saussure's Sebeok semantic semi semiology semiosis semiotic system semioticians sense sign model sign repertoire sign systems sign vehicle signals signifier speech structuralist structure symbols term text linguistics text semiotics textual theory of signs tion tive topics tradition triadic ture typology verbal visual words writing zoosemiotics