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Title:Surrounded by Bitterness: Image Schemas and Metaphors for Conceptualising Distress in Classical Hebrew
Abstract:How did the ancient Hebrew writers understand their emotional experiences of being in distress? Were their feelings similar to those of an English speaker who feels down, or were there other embodied experiences they used to make sense of physical, social, and emotional distress? This research establishes a cognitive linguistic methodology for addressing these questions, and investigates the use of embodied experiences of VERTICALITY, CONSTRAINT, FORCE, DARKNESS, and BAD TASTE in the conventional language of classical Hebrew lament to understand and reason about situations of distress.
Contributor (author):King, Philip D.
Date (W3CDTF):2012
Description (URI):http://www.sil.org/resources/archives/43957
Extent:444 pp.
Identifier (URI):https://wipfandstock.com/store/Surrounded_by_Bitterness_Image_Schemas_and_Metaphors_for_Conceptualizing_Distress_in_Classical_Hebrew
Is Version Of (URI):oai:sil.org:9657
Language:English
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher:Pickwick Publications (an imprint of Wipf and Stock)
Subject:Ancient Hebrew language
cognitive linguistics; image schema; Hebrew; Kovecses; Lakoff; Gibbs; Barr; semantics; gestalt; distress; emotion; metaphor
Subject (ISO639):hbo
Type (DCMI):Text
Type (OLAC):language_description

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DateStamp:  2013-04-27
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Citation: King, Philip D. 2012. Pickwick Publications (an imprint of Wipf and Stock).
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Country: Israel
Area: Asia


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