- Title: Speech, Memory, and Meaning: Intertextuality in Everyday Language
- Author: Boris Gasparov
- ISBN: 9783110219104
- Page: 273
- Format: Hardcover
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The book introduces the concept of intertextual memory into the domain of linguistic theory All new facts of speech are grounded in the speakers memory of previous experiences of using language The new meaning is shown to be always superscribed on the familiar and recognizable, as its or less radical alteration.
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