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What makes sound patterns expressive?

the poetic mode of speech perception

by Reuven Tsur

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Published by Duke University Press in Durham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sound symbolism.,
  • Speech perception.,
  • Versification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementReuven Tsur.
    SeriesSound and meaning
    ContributionsTsur, Reuven.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsP119 .T78 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 174 p. :
    Number of Pages174
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2025799M
    ISBN 10082231164X, 0822311704
    LC Control Number91000585

    From Language Files (7th ed.), p. 40 We'll be referring to these places in the vocal tract when describing the way various sounds are produced. Basic sounds: buzz, hiss, and pop. There are three basic modes of sound production in the human vocal tract that play a role in speech: the buzz of vibrating vocal cords, the hiss of air pushed past a constriction, and the pop of a . (d) Neutral Sound Patterns. The main business of this book concerns the second of these relations, but my discussions will have some implications for the first. Hrushovski describes expressive sound pattern as follows: "A sound combination is grasped as expressive of the tone, mood or some general quality of meaning. Here, an abstraction from.

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The main business of this book concerns the second of these relations, but my discussions will have some implications for the first. Hrushovski describes expressive sound pattern as follows: "A sound combination is grasped as expressive of the tone, mood or some general quality of meaning.

Here, an abstraction from the sound pattern (i.e. some Author: Reuven Tsur. Read "What Makes Sound Patterns Expressive. The Poetic Mode of Speech Perception" by Reuven Tsur available from Rakuten Kobo. Poets, academics, and those who simply speak a language are subject to mysterious intuitions about the perceptual qualit Brand: Duke University Press.

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