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BK
1st ed.
Ostrava : University of Ostrava, Faculty od Arts, 2013
313 s. : barev. il. ; 21 cm

ISBN 978-80-7464-485-6 (brož.)
čeština
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. 161-165, bibliografické odkazy a rejstřík
Část. souběžný český text, anglické a české resumé
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INDEX // PREFACE...11 // LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS...13 // 1 INTRODUCTION...15 // 1.1 Subject of the Study...15 // 1.2 Texts Analyzed...16 // 2 LIMITS OF THE TEXT UNDER ANALYSIS...19 // 2.1 General Remarks...19 // 2.2 Limits of the Novel as a Specific Type of Text...19 // 2.2.1 Language of Prose Fiction...20 // 2.2.2 Literary Dialogue...21 // 2.3 Limits of Translation...24 // 3 ORGANIZATION OF THE ANALYSIS...27 // 4 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEORY OF FUNCTIONAL SENTENCE PERSPECTIVE (ESP)...31 // 4.1 General Outline of the ’1 heory of ESP...31 // 4.2 Four Factors of Functional Sentence Perspective...32 // 4.2.1 Linearity ...32 // 4.2.2 Context...33 // 4.2.3 Semantics...34 // 4.2.4 Intonation...35 // 4.2.5 The Interplay of FSP Factors...35 // I. THE VERB...37 // 5 THE VERB FROM THE GRAMMATICAL POINT OF VIEW...37 // 5.1 Grammatical Classes of Verbs...37 // 5.2 Finite versus Non-finite Verb Phrases...39 // 5.3 Verb Complementation...39 // 5.4 Passive Voice...40 // 5.5 Shift from the Grammatical to the FSP Function...41 // 6 THE VERB FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF FSP...43 // 6.1. The Verb as a Communicative Unit...43 // 6.2 lhe Verb and Dynamic Semantic Functions...45 // 7 THE VERB IN FIGURES...47 // 7.1 Comments on the Organization of the Graphs // used in the Study...47 // 7.2 Graphs 1 and 2 and their Interpretation...48 // 7.3 Graphs 3 and 4 and their Interpretation...50 // 7.4 Graphs 5 and 6 and their Interpretation...53 // 8 THEMATIC VERBS...59 // 8.1. Questions...60 // 8.1.1 General FSP Remarks
on Questions...61 // 8.1.1.1 Hallidays Approach versus Mathesius’ Approach...62 // 8.1.1.2 Firbas’ Approach...62 // 8.1.1.3 FSP of Questions Demonstrated within the Framework // of the Present Analysis...63 // 8.1.2 Questions in the Present Analysis and their // Common Features in English and Czech...64 // 8.1.2.1 Briefly on Non-thematic NCs...65 // 8.1.2.2 Thematic NCs...66 // 8.2 Answers...69 // 8.2.1 FSP of Answers within the Framework of the Present Analysis...70 // 8.2.2 Polarity...72 // 8.2.2.1 General FSP Remarks on Polarity...73 // 8.2.2.2 Distinctive Means of Negation in Analyzed Languages...74 // 8.2.2.3 Polarity in Answers to Yes/No Questions within the Framework // of the Present Analysis...75 // 8.2.2.4 Additional Comments on Polarity...78 // 8.3 Summary...79 // 9 RHEMATIC VERBS...81 // 9.1 General Remarks...82 // 9.2 Specific Features of the Verbs Performing the FSP // Function of the Rheme in the Analyzed Excerpts...83 // 9.2.1 Syntactic-semantic Characteristics of the Rhematic Verb...83 // 9.2.2 Verbs Denoting Direction Proposed by the Relevant Prefix...86 // 9.2.3 Verbs Denoting Body Movements...87 // 9.2.4 Outline of Distribution of Rhematic Predicates...88 // 9.3 Summary...89 // 10 VERBS ON THE SCALES OF DYNAMIC // SEMANTIC FUNCTIONS...91 // 10.1 General Remarks on Dynamic Semantic // Functions Performed by the Verb...91 // 10.2 The Occurrence of Verbs with Respect to Dynamic // Semantic Function Performed...93 // 10.3 Further Comments on the Implementations
// of the Presentation Scale...94 // 10.3.1 Verbs Expressing the Notion of Appearance/Existence // on the Scene Explicitly...95 // 10.3.1.1 Verbs of Existence within the Existential Construction ...95 // 10.3.1.2 Adverbial + Verb of Existence/Appearance + Phenomenon ...98 // 10.3.2 Verbs Expressing the Notion of Appearance/Existence // on the Scene Implicitly...99 // 10.3.3 Existence/Appearance on the Scene // through the Verbs of Perception...104 // 10.3.4 Existence/Appearance on the Scene through // the English Verb I K seem...107 // 10.3.5 Existence/Appearance on the Scene through Reporting Verbs...109 // 10.4 Summary...115 // II. AESTHETIC FUNCTION OF THE TEXT...117 // 11 SEMANTIC, FSP AND SYNTACTIC // ANALYSIS OF ‘MEANING FOCUS’...117 // 11.1 Previous Contributions to the Field...117 // 11.2 Explosive Meaning Focus...119 // 11.2.1 Semantic Approach...120 // 11.2.2 FSP Approach ...122 // 11.3 Supporting Semantic Phenomenon...126 // 11.3.1 Semantic Approach...126 // 11.3.2 FSP Approach ...128 // 11.3.3 Syntactic Approach...131 // 11.4 Summary...132 // 12 FSP FACTORS ANT) MARKEDNESS // AS THEIR INHERENT CHARACTERISTICS...135 // 12.1 Intonation...136 // 12.2 Linear Arrangement...138 // 12.3 Semantic Factor...141 // 12.4 Contextual Factor...143 // 12.5 Summary...152 // 13 CONCLUSION...149 // 13.1 Thematic Verbs Revisited...149 // 13.2 Rhematic Verbs Revisited...150 // 13.3 Verbs on the Scales of Dynamic Semantic // Functions Revisited...151 // 13.4 Meaning Focus Revisited...152
// 13.5 Markedness of FSP Factors Operation Revisited...153 // 13.6 A Final Word...153 // RESUMÉ...155 // LITERATURE...161 // Primary sources...161 // Bibliography...161 // INDEX...167 // APPENDICES...171 // APPENDIX 1 (CORPUS OF’ ANALYZED TEXT’S)...173 // TEXT 1...173 // TEXT 2...182 // APPENDIX 2 (CHARTS OF FSP ANALYSES)...193 // CHART 1 - FSP ANALYSIS OF THE CZECH TEXT // KRAKATIT (KCX)...193 // Cl 1ART 2 FSP ANALYSIS OF THE ENGLISH TEXT // AN ATOMIC PHANTASY (KAA)...253
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