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Fictive Domains

Body, Landscape, and Nostalgia 1717-1770 (Bucknell Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture)
  • 191 Pages
  • 4.57 MB
  • English
Bucknell University Press
Literary studies: 16th to 18th centuries, Social Science, History, Literature - Classics / Criticism, History: World, British Isles, English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Modern - 18th Century, Gothic & Romance, 18th century, English literature, Great Britain, History and criticism, Nostalgia, Nostalgia in literature, Anthropology - Cul
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Open LibraryOL8223627M
ISBN 100838756344
ISBN 139780838756348

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Meaning in everyday thought and language is constructed at lightning speed. We are not conscious of the staggering complexity of the cognitive operations that drive our simplest behavior.

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Floating in the sea of variation, however, is one candidate for a universal blend: fictive interaction. Put succinctly, fictive interaction is the idea that speech can be a construed as a property of non-actual human actors as well as non-human actors, be they animate or inanimate, natural or artificial.

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The Negro American Family (). In these books, Du Bois draws on African and slave experiences in discussing differences between Black and White.

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For many decades Adrian Dannatt tracked and dredged the dead, with a macabre disregard for the etiquette of mortality.