Man and message: a guide to meaning-based text analysis
Summer Institute of Linguistics and University Press of America, 1998 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 383 pages
Copublished with the Summer Institute of Linguistics, Man and Message provides a practical method of analyzing texts based on a cognitive, multilevel model of meaning presented in simple, non-technical language for a wide audience.
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WHICH COME FIRST WORDS OR MEANINGS?
PERSON TO PERSON
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