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Linguistic Polyphony

The Scandinavian Approach: ScaPoLine

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In Linguistic Polyphony Henning Nølke presents ScaPoLine, a formal linguistic theory developed in Scandinavia in the French linguistic tradition that specifies the linguistic instructions for the creation of polyphonic meaning. Linguistic and textual analyses illustrate how ScaPoLine can be used.

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