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ID 11175
Eprint ID
11175
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Terms of Abuse in Richardson's Pamela: With a Comparative Discussion of Fielding's Shamela and Joseph Andrews
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Abstract
Throughout its long history, the English Language has produced a wide variety of terms applied to men and/or woman, most of which are found in address forms in spoken language. Literary authors make an effective use of different terms as variation, whether abusive or endearing, to have their works reflect the colloquial language of their days. Eighteenth-century British literary works can be valuable materials for us to analyse linguistic features. The present artice aims at examining the terms of abuse in Richardson Pamela (1740) from a historical perspective. A comparative discussionis made, where necessary, on two contemporary literary works from the same perspective, in the hope of sketching out the semantic history of each term and exploring one phase of colloquialism in those days.
Keywords
悪態語
呼称
18世紀
Pamela
pamelaのパロディ
Published Date
2007-06-25
Publication Title
岡山大学教育学部研究集録
Publication Title Alternative
Bulletin of Faculty of Education, Okayama University
Volume
volume135
Issue
issue1
Publisher
岡山大学教育学部
Publisher Alternative
Faculty of Education, Okayama University
Start Page
95
End Page
107
ISSN
0471-4008
NCID
AN00032875
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
language
日本語
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Refereed
False
Eprints Journal Name
bgeou