• Autor: Eva Haettner Aurelius
  • Editor: Nordic Academic Press
  • Last data published: 19 December 2012
  • ISBN: 9187121875
  • Format: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 264 pages
  • File Size: 44MB
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Description Women's Language de Eva Haettner Aurelius:

Is there a special niche reserved for womens language? This is the theory tested empirically by the authors of Womens language, by means of an exhaustive stylistic analysis of a voluminous body of letters written in five different languages -- Latin, English, German, French, and Swedish -- from medieval times through to the long eighteenth century. In a detailed investigation of style and expression, the authors have applied a number of advanced methods of study to pinpoint how women expressed themselves to other women and whether they addressed themselves differently to men. Unveiling fascinating differences in language use, but none particular to female language, this authoritative work is a joy to follow for anyone interested in language, literature, stylistic analysis, and gender studies. Eva Haettner Aurelius is a professor in comparative literature at Lund University in Sweden. Hedda Gunneng is an associate professor in Medieval Latin at Gotland University in Sweden. Jon Helgason is an editor of the dictionary from the Swedish Academy and a researcher in comparative literature at Lund University.

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