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Juicios y actitudes lingüísticas en el Perú y su reflejo en las novelas de Jaime Bayly

By Florencio DEL BARRIO DE LA ROSA

Abstract

Jaime Bayly's novels show the literary treatment of linguistic conflict that characterizes Peruvian Spanish. Following Coseriu's ideas about speakers as linguists and Giles' psychological theories about accommodation, in the present study we analyze the judgements that the main characters utter about Spanish

Topics: Andean Spanish, metalinguistic knowledge, attitudes, ethnicity, Settore L-LIN/07 - Lingua e Traduzione - Lingua Spagnola
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:iris.unive.it:10278/4220
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