Linguistic Means Expressing Argumentation in Judicial Discourse late 19th: The Prosecutor’s Speech in Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov
... M. Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov. The author identifies logical and psychological types of argumentation characteristic of the 19th-century courtroom speeches. Such speeches use a complex structure of theses and arguments and employ various pragmatic and rhetorical means and devices alongside compound and complex sentences. The force of persuasion of the prosecutor’s speech depends on its emotional effect on the jury. The author concludes that the distinctive characteristics of speeches ...
Conceptualizing emotions through discourse: a pragmatic view on the reader's interest
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The linguistic-pragmatic features of the realization of speech acts of threat in the political discourses of Germany and Spain
... speech act of threat can take in the political discourses of two European countries: Germany and Spain. It attempts to identify similarities and structural differences in the realization of speech acts of threat at the lexical, grammatical, and pragmatic levels by politicians in these countries. The study relies on sixty-six speeches of German and Spanish politicians: Alexander Gauland, Alice Weidel, Mariano Rajoy, and Íñigo Méndez de Vigo.
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The pragmatic functions of culture-specific words in a retrospective discourse
The author analyses the linguistic and pragmatic aspects of retrospective discourse which is structured by various means including culture-specific words. The author offers a systematized classification of these words depending on the effect these words produce on the reader. Special attention ...
Experimental deixis in the space of poetic text
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