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This paper aims to show that a study of literature has a place in cognitive linguistic studies, based on Cognitive Neural Network Theory and Conceptual Blending Theory. Lakoff and Johnson argue that metaphor is widely pervaded in everyday language and behaviors, not just literary language. From this point of view, this paper aims to analyze the role of metaphors in one of Hemingway's novels. His metaphors demonstrate his belief that the world of nature and man is not static but dynamic and that the contraries implicit in this may cause conflicts and oppositions but constitute the organic elements of the whole universe. I try to examine the cognitive linguistic metaphoric system and cognitive neural network of The old Man and the Sea. As a result of the analysis, this research suggests that creative thinking in consilience raises questions as to our new theories. .
This paper aims to analyze Edna St. Vincent Millay's poetry by focusing on the representation of the female body in her poems. Millay has long been underestimated due to her excessively feminine and sentimental attitude in the era of high Modernism. She is, however, recently regarded as one of the subversive women writers who have struggled to write about gender recognition beyond the conventional limitations. As for Millay, being female, that is, being born and living as a woman, means struggling against gender stereotypes in writing poems and in her real life. She displays, specifically speaking, the female body as a subject matter to defy social prejudice with regard to the issue of femininity. The speakers, both male and female, of her poems openly express women's sexual desire and their intention of seduction through their femininity. Millay also sets the female body as a means of developing her self-consciousness. Her poetry stands out among the poems of her contemporary writers by embracing and representing femininity and the female body as it is. .
This paper addresses the intransitive locative alternation, especially swarm-class verbs. Before introducing the intransitive locative alternation, the transitive locative alternation is discussed to illustrate important aspects of commonly known argument alternations and compare the similarities and differences between the transitive locative and the intransitive locative alternation. Whatever appears in a direct object has a holistic effect. Instead, when it appears in an oblique, it will inevitably lose a holistic effect. A similar kind of holistic effect is also observed in swarm-class verb alternations. A close look into the intransitive locative alternation reveals that its holistic effect arises in a different way from the transitive locative alternation. The swarm-class verb alternation yields two distinct variants: an agent-subject and a location-subject variant. Semantic restrictions of the location-subject variants are not applicable to an agent subject variant. The two variants cannot be semantically the same. Speakers may choose one variant over the other on the basis of the discourse consideration.
This paper analyzes Joyce’s experimental language style and structure in Ulysses with their close associations with rapid changes in modern European history such as urban growth, the modern system of mass production and the diversification of consumers’ desire. Based on the theories of Franco Moretti and his high appraisal of Joyce’s language and modernist aesthetic, this paper mainly analyzes Joyce’s stylistic inventions in “Aeolus” and “Eumaeus” chapters. Ulysses is Moretti’s “modern epic” that emerged with the rise of modernity. Moreover, his notion of literary historicity puts great importance on the narrative “discontinuity” as shown in Joyce’s fragmented language, the technique of stream of consciousness and parallel juxtaposition of subordinate clauses, since they function as combining all the different historical and cultural fragments into a loosely collaborated yet individualized structure of storytelling in modern society. .