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Compasión, enojo y corazones rotos : ontología y el rol del lenguaje en el lamento miskito = Compassion, anger and broken hearts : ontology and the role of language in the Miskitu lament.

Jamieson, Mark (2007) 'Compasión, enojo y corazones rotos : ontología y el rol del lenguaje en el lamento miskito = Compassion, anger and broken hearts : ontology and the role of language in the Miskitu lament.', Wani., 49 . pp. 6-18.

Abstract

Este ensayo sobre el lamento mortuorio miskito sugiere la posibilidad de que estas manifestaciones de emoción, no son meramente la exteriorización bruta de los sentimientos, sino que son construcciones culturales: al mismo tiempo, conjuro ritual y expresión de un “arte verbal” o género literario. La evidencia aducida es de dos tipos; sociocultural y lingüística. = This essay about the miskitu mortuary lament suggests the possibility that these manifestations of emotion are not merely the brute exteriorization of sentiments, but cultural constructions: at the same time ritual conjuration and expression of a “verbal art” or literary gender. The evidence presented is both sociocultural and linguistic.

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Record Created:29 Jul 2010 10:20
Last Modified:29 Jul 2010 14:55

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