The study of poetic conventions has mainly been oriented toward their primary, unmarked function. However, potential and actual semiotic functions of many conventions of poetry have never been sufficiently investigated.
KeywordsLinguistic Content Iconic Sign Poetic Line Prose Text Seventh Line
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