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ERIC Number: ED105728
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 177
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Form und Sinn: Sprachwissenschaftliche Betrachtungen (Form and Meaning: Linguistic Observations).
Jakobson, Roman
This collection of 14 papers and articles by Roman Jakobson contains works written and published between 1931 and 1970 which deal either with global aspects of language or with specific grammatical issues. The collection emphasizes Jakobson's concern for finding the links between form and meaning in language. The text is entirely in German with articles 2, 4, 6, 8, 9 and 11-14 having been translated from the English. The volume consists of the following articles: 1) Sign and System of Language (1959), 2) Quest for the Essence of Language (1966), 3) The Work of the So-Called "Prague School" (1936), 4) Shifters, Verbal Categories, and the Russian Verb (1957), 5) On the Structure of the Russian Verb (1931), 6) Boas' View of Grammatical Meaning, 7) Contribution to General Case Theory (Global Meaning of Russian Case) (1935), 8) Morphological Inquiry into Slavic Declension (Structure of Russian Case Forms) (Summary), 9) On the Rumanian Neuter (1958/62), 10) The Zero Sign (1939), 11) Linguistic Glosses to Goldstein's 'Wortbegriff' (1959), 12) The Phonemic and Grammatical Aspects of Language in Their Interrelations (1948), 13) On Linguistic Aspects of Translation (1966), 14) Language in Relation to Other Communication Systems (1970). A short epilogue concludes the volume. (TL)
Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 8 Munchen 40, Nikolaistrasse 2, West Germany. (DM 28)
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