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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2018.tde-08112018-100547
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Author
Full name
Clara Lacerda Crepaldi
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2018
Supervisor
Committee
Macedo, José Marcos Mariani de (President)
Brandao, Jacyntho Jose Lins
Correa, Paula da Cunha
Ferreira, Paulo Fernando Tadeu
Werner, Christian
Title in Portuguese
Partículas Adversativas do grego antigo: ἀλλἀ, ἀτἀρ, μέντοι e καίτοι em Eurípides
Keywords in Portuguese
Eurípides
Gramática discursivo-funcional
Partículas adversativas
Partículas gregas
Abstract in Portuguese
A tese visa a uma descrição das partículas gregas ἀλλἀ, ἀτἀρ, μέντοι e καίτοι em Eurípides. De viés funcionalista, tal estudo busca entender os usos de cada partícula na macroestrutura do discurso, suas funções e contextos, e sobretudo o modo como essas partículas articulam e organizam a estrutura do discurso. Para tanto, o estudo realiza análises qualitativas de todas as ocorrências das referidas partículas no corpus e as compara a descrições anteriores. Dois parâmetros principais de análise são empregados: a posição que cada partícula ocupa na estrutura do discurso e o tipo de contraste que ela designa. Como principais referências, consideram-se: o trabalho pioneiro de J. D. Denniston (Greek Particles) e a Gramática Discursivo-Funcional de Hengeveld & Mackenzie.
Title in English
Adversative particles in Ancient Greek: ἀλλἀ, ἀτἀρ, μέντοι and καίτοι in Euripides
Keywords in English
Adversative particles
Euripides
Functional discourse grammar
Greek particles
Abstract in English
This dissertation aims to describe the usage of the Greek particles ἀλλἀ, ἀτἀρ, μέντοι and καίτοι in Euripides. Adopting a functionalist perspective, it explores: the uses of each particle within the discourse macrostructure; their functions and their contexts of occurrence; and the way they help to articulate and organize discourse structure. In keeping with this goal, this study performs qualitative analyses of all occurrences of the aforementioned particles in the selected corpus and compares them with earlier descriptions. Two main parameters of analysis are employed: the position that each particle takes in the discourse structure, and the type of contrast that it designates. The main references for this dissertation are the groundbreaking work of J.D. Denniston (Greek Particles) and the Functional Discourse Grammar developed by Hengeveld & Mackenzie.
 
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2018-11-23
 
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