Handbook of Semiotics

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Indiana University Press, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 576 pages
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Covering the field of semiotics from Aesthetics to Zoosemiotics, this work contains sixty-five encyclopedic articles, a consolidated bibliography of almost 3,000 titles, an index of names, and an index of terms.

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Application of Semiotics in the fields like Architecture, Music, Painting, Comic etc is well analysed and commendable.
It serves as a starting point for Researchers.
- Student of Arts Journalism, CEPT University, India

Contents

Introduction
3
History and Classics of Modern Semiotics
9
Sign and Meaning
77
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Semiotics: The Basics
Daniel Chandler
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