Part Two of the installation traces her son's weaning from the holophrase
, that is his beginning to join single words into phrases.
This articulation of desire informs the opening gambit of Paris: "I want a holophrase
Given the relational word bundles' origin in a significant Indigenous language structure--the holophrase
(one-word sentence)--a rhetorical analysis of relational word bundles from the perspective of a non-Indigenous scholar (that is, myself) is equally exceptional.
Takvi izrazi nazivaju se holofraze (holophrase
) buduci da jedan lingvisticki simbol funkcionira kao cjelovit iskaz (Tomasello, 2000) te ne postoji nikakvo obiljezavanje sintaktickih funkcija.
The opening line: 'I want a holophrase
' almost certainly alludes to Harrison's discussion of early language in Themis in which she demonstrates linguistic instances where subject and object become indistinguishable.
The basis of syntax in the holophrase
. In Functional Grammar and Verbal Interaction, Studies in Language Companion Series 44, Mike Hannay and A.
Many children will spend several months using just a single word to express themselves (what professionals refer to as a "holophrase
"); they may spend many more months using two or three word phrases (what professionals refer to as "telegraphic speech"); and they may not begin to employ full sentences until sometime after their third birthday.
1998: "The Basis of Syntax in the Holophrase
." Hannay y Bolkestein 267-96.
Each section examines a stage in the constitution of a woman's identity in and through significant moments in her child's development: for instance, weaning from the breast, weaning from the holophrase
(learning to speak), weaning from the dyad (periodic separation from the mother).