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|Title:||From Functional Grammar and Speech-Act Theory to Structure of Meaning: A Three-Dimensional Perspective on Translating|
|Source:||Zhu, C. (1996). From Functional Grammar and Speech-Act Theory to Structure of Meaning: A Three-Dimensional Perspective on Translating. Meta 41 (3) : 338-355. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Factors & properties in text comparison are discussed. It is argued that the three-tier descriptions of language & language use are offered by speech act theory, & Hallidayan functional grammar can provide a basis for source & target language text comparison. Drawing on these theoretical frameworks, a cubic model, Structure of Meaning, is developed to account for text formation in the three-dimensional translation process from a functional-comparative perspective in terms of linguistic composition, interactional dynamics, & aesthetic impact.|
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