The Interpretation of Dialogue, Volume 0, Issues 226-50436
University of Chicago Press, Feb 15, 1990 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 376 pages
This superb collection offers an array of rich variations on a theme central to a multitude of disciplines: the nature of dialogue. Drawing on literary, philosophical, and linguistic concepts, the essays range from broad questions of the representation of knowledge and interpretation of meaning to case studies of dialogue's function in specific fields.
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