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Thomas Albert Sebeok
De Gruyter, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 617 pages
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The Encyclopedic Dictionary of Semiotics has been compiled by an international editorial board with the aim of advancing the discipline by providing a unified methodology and a unified objective in the field of semiotic studies. It is a valuable reference book for scholars of semiotics and those interested in semiotic approaches to their own particular field of study.

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