How Proverbs Mean: Semantic Studies in English Proverbs

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Walter de Gruyter, 1985 - 213 Seiten

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Preface vii
1
Proverbs in texts and interactions
11
Defining the proverb
31
Literal proverb meaning
81
Figurative proverb meaning
101
The proverb inventory
145
Conclusions and directions for research
169
The annotated FCorpus
175
Proverbs in four Shakespearian plays
197
Bibliography
203
General Index
211
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