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Proverbes et anti-proverbes

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Publication: Philologica Jassyensia, IX (1), p. 63-68
p-ISSN:1841-5377
e-ISSN:2247-8353
Publisher:Institutul de Filologie Română „A. Philippide”
Place:Iaşi
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Abstract:In contemporary paremiology, anti-proverb is a word coined by Wolfgang Mieder and it reflects the changes in the word sequence of paremiological units to create humorous or ironical effects. For instance, the Romanian proverb “Ai carte, ai parte” (literally: You have the paper, you have the rights) is usually changed to „N-ai carte, ai parte”, „Ai carte, n-ai parte” sau „N-ai carte, n-ai parte”. Such changes can be analyzed from a pragmatic perspective, the aim of the paper being to outline that proverbs, like any other linguistic facts, undergo changes in time and this observation highlights the need to develop an adequate framework to account for the reality of such uses. The theoretical elements used to support the analysis of the linguistic evidence are drawn from modern pragmatics, namely Speech Act Theory and Relevance Theory.
Key words:proverbs, speech act theory, revelance theory
Language: French
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