Particles as speaker indexicals in free indirect discourse

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ECKARDT, Regine, 2012. Particles as speaker indexicals in free indirect discourse. In: Sprache und Datenverarbeitung : international journal for language data processing ; SDV. 35/36, pp. 99-119. ISSN 0343-5202

@article{Eckardt2012Parti-38198, title={Particles as speaker indexicals in free indirect discourse}, year={2012}, volume={35/36}, issn={0343-5202}, journal={Sprache und Datenverarbeitung : international journal for language data processing ; SDV}, pages={99--119}, author={Eckardt, Regine} }

Eckardt, Regine Particles as speaker indexicals in free indirect discourse 2017-03-29T13:16:31Z 2012 Eckardt, Regine 2017-03-29T13:16:31Z Free indirect discourse (FID) is one of the many varieties of reported speech. It is commonly agreed that passages in FID have to be interpreted relative to two context parameters <C,c>, the narrator context C and the context of speech/thought of the protagonist c. While temporal and local shifting indexicals have received ample discussion in the literature, shiftable reference to the speaker is a largely neglected phenomenon, to the exception of Sharvit (2008). I offer an analysis of German speaker oriented particles as a shifting indexicals which reveals how particles can be used to indicate speaker shifts in free indirect discourse. eng terms-of-use

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