Phonetic symbolism and phonological style: a model grammar
University of Wisconsin, Dept. of English Programs in English Linguistics, 1971 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 74 pages
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affective and structural alliteration alliterative angular angular angular APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS assigns Affect assonance Back vowels Chomsky classes of morphemes congruent connotative feature consonant clusters context is marked delete Dylan Thomas emotional tone euphony Evaluation fact factor feature bundle features Morpheme features features Phonemic features ffragrant ffragrant ffragrant front vowels Gary Anderson grammar of phonetic hierarchy individual phonemes initial consonants Insert the Affect marked Affect marked for phonetic meaning categories MODEL GRAMMAR Morpheme features Morpheme morphemic level obstruents onomatopoeia Onomatopoeic P E Y A Phonemic features Phonemic phonesthemes phonetic symbolism rules phonological segments phonological structures PHONOLOGICAL STYLE Pmag Es Ee poem poetic contexts poetic line poetic structures poetry Pstr Pmag qualitative reduced vowels rule assigns Rule l2 rules apply Sandburg SD features Semantic Differential semantic features sharp sharp sharp short-term memory significant sound and meaning stanza stressed syllable stressed vowels symbolism in morphemes symbolism rules I-IV unstressed voice words