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The American Journal of Semiotics

Volume 2, Issue 3, 1983
The Semiotics of Roman Jakobson

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1. The American Journal of Semiotics: Volume > 2 > Issue: 3
Robert Austerlitz MEANING IN MUSIC: IS MUSIC LIKE LANGUAGE AND IF SO, HOW?
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Vratislav Effenberger ROMAN JAKOBSON AND THE CZECH AVANT-GARDE BETWEEN TWO WARS
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Elmar Holenstein FIVE JAKOBSONIAN PRINCIPLES OF POETICS
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Vladimír Karbusický THE EXPERIENCE OF THE INDEXICAL SIGN: JAKOBSON AND THE SEMIOTIC PHONOLOGY OF LEOŠ JANÁČEK
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Winfred P. Lehmann SEMIOTICS AT THE MIDDLE RUNG OF THE LADDER OF LANGUAGE
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Krystyna Pomorska A SEMIOTIC APPROACH TO THE ‘LITERATURE OF FACT’: MAJAKOVSKIJ’S POEM “TO COMRADE NETTE”
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Cesare Segre PERSONS AND VOICES IN LITERARY COMMUNICATION
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Jan Van der Eng SEMANTIC CONSTRUCTION AND SEMIOTIC ESSENTIALS OF THE NARRATIVE
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Linda R. Waugh ILLUMINATING THE GRAMMAR OF POETRY AND THE POETRY OF GRAMMAR
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Dana B. Polan Annette Lavers: Roland Barthes: Structuralism and After
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