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TOWARDS A DEFINITION OF HUMOUR
CONSTRAINTS ON THE DEFINITION OF HUMOUR
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absurd humour act of humour aggressive ambiguity analysis antanaclasis appear artefact aspect basic become Carroll's characterised cīnd co-perception combinations comic consensus corpus cotext create decoding defined definition of humour disambiguation discussion e. e. cummings elements Esar example existing fact fictional world form disambiguates function hand hendiadys homonymy homophony human humorous act humorous effect humorous incongruity humorous verse identified illocutionary potential imply impossible possible world inference instance intention intertext involved irony Jabberwocky labelled language laughter Lewis Carroll limerick linguistic mechanisms literary literature logical mechanisms meaning mechanisms of absurd mechanisms of humour mock-style morphemes morpho-syntactic nevertheless non-aggressive non-bona-fide non-restrictive noun oxymoron paradigmatic paraphrase parody paronymy pastiche perhaps plain humour pleonasm polysemy possible world puns pure humour quotation real world rhetorical Romanian literature script semantic Shakespeare source of humour specific subclasses supra syllogism syntactic system of reference text-type analogy theories of humour Topīrceanu words written