Source TitleJournal of Literary Semantics
University of Melbourne Author/sFrow, John
AffiliationArts: Department of English with Cultural Studies
Document TypeJournal (Paginated)
CitationsFrow, J. A. (1980). Discourse genres. Journal of Literary Semantics, 9(2), 73-81.
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Recent analysis of discourse has been dominated on one hand by a formalism which treats the text as an extension of the syntactic and logical structuring of the sentence, on the other hand by an embarrassed empiricism which, in attempting to take into account the role of context and enunciation in the shaping of text, finds itself unable to formalise the infinity of possible speech-situations.
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