Addressing the other: a three language study in power, personal relations, and second person pronouns
International Centre for Ethnic Studies, 1992 - Foreign Language Study - 75 pages
Study of second person pronouns in English, Russian, and Sinhala.
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19th century Russian Anippe Anna binary systems Brabantio Brown and Gilman Cassio Centre for Ethnic character context deference deferential democratic Desdemona dialogue discourse distinctions Dromio Elizabethan English Emilia Eric Meyer European languages expressive form of address French hierarchy husband Iago inferiors intimacy intimate Knox Lanka later linguistic practice lovers lower classes mahattaya Malvolio Marxism means middle class modern English monograph neutral non-intimate non-reciprocal norm normal Othello passage plural forms polite pronoun prison pronominal usage pronoun of address pronouns in English reader reciprocal T2 REGGIE SIRIWARDENA relations relationship Revolution Revolution Betrayed Roderigo say T2 scene second person pronouns servants Shakespeare shift single second person Sinhala situation social superiors society South Asian languages Soviet speaker speaking speech spoken Sri Lanka symbols systems of second Tamburlaine Thamuse thee thopi thou Tl-Yl translation Twelfth Night umbe umbela upper classes Vedda language verb Vronsky wife word