By virtue of a reverential procedure rendered traditional in critical practice, the idiolect
of the auctor establishes authority and goes perhaps even beyond his wishes.
In the first place, each individualised character has an idiolect
or 'linguistic thumbprint': distinctive linguistic features of their speech and thought.
10) In 2006, the results for the group with an elementary education the results are based on an idiolect
because only one informant could be re-recorded.
The unit rounds off with a look at family talk over time, which not only consolidates the work on idiolect
but also touches on the subject of scripted speech in television soaps and sit-coms.
Monitored thought is thus the narrator's mimicry of a character's inner speech; it represents the deliberate blending of the potentially disjunctive idiolect
of a particular character with the norm established by the narrator.
The emotive or affective component of a linguistic expression (such as style, idiolect
, dialect, and emotional charge), which is superimposed upon its basic meaning and which--in contrast to the static conceptual meaning--is difficult to describe generally and context-independently" (Bussmann 1996).
Part of his intention is to argue that in a sense language is more a matter of idiolect
than of language as philosophers conceive of "language.
Moore selects Jethro Tull for discussion, a band whose idiolect
did not lose its identity despite changes in style over a lengthy career.
When his characters speak, it is often with a literary idiolect
, a life that exists within words in which voice becomes song.
Both in the idiolect
of theoretical physics and everyday talk in English, there is a condensation of the temporal and the spatial.
If attribution research is to be done, it needs to attend to what authorship itself is and to what traits make good measures of idiolect
Nikolaou's poetry has two main characteristics: first, it often employs with gusto local Cypriot diction; second, its idiolect
marks the zenith of modernism (c.