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Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms (2018)
Journal Article
Sanchez-Davies, J. (2018). Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms. Medical Humanities, https://doi.org/10.1136/medhum-2018-011460

Literature can offer a wealth of information about epilepsy: from complex narratives to children’s picture books, it can help broaden people’s understanding, show what it is like to live with epilepsy and provide a medium to which people with epileps... Read More about Epilepsy, literature and linguistics: spotlighting subjective symptoms.

Priming text function in personification allegory: a corpus-assisted approach (2018)
Journal Article
Cordell, J. (2018). Priming text function in personification allegory: a corpus-assisted approach. Language and Literature, 096394701878851. doi:10.1177/0963947018788516

Current linguistic examination of allegory focuses on its cognitive structure as conceptual metaphor, with its linguistic form realised in the absence of a target domain (Crisp, 2001; 2008). The present study addresses the intersection of conceptuali... Read More about Priming text function in personification allegory: a corpus-assisted approach.