Das konfessionelle Flugblatt 1563–1580

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June 2012

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Klug, Nina-Maria

Das konfessionelle Flugblatt 1563–1580

Eine Studie zur historischen Semiotik und Textanalyse

[The Religious Pamphlet, 1563–1580]

Series:Studia Linguistica Germanica 112

    Aims and Scope

    The written genre of the religious pamphlet stands out as a deeply characteristic form of public communication in the early modern period, not least on account of its inseparable combination of language and images. This study undertakes an analysis of semiotically complex religious pamphlets from the late 16th century, thereby making a contribution to research in linguistic history that is culturally oriented. In the process, it illustrates the opportunities for using frame semantics to analyze both verbal and visual texts.

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    23 x 15.5 cm
    Approx. x, 628 pages
    185 Fig.
    Type of Publication:
    Image Analysis; Cognitive Sciences; Metaphor; Linguistic History; Topic (Literature)
    Scholars of German Studies, Linguists, Scholars of Language History and Cultural Studies, Libraries, Institutes
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